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A quick guide to using and referencing other people's wprk.

A quick guide to using and referencing other people's wprk.

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    • History Skills Year Nine
    • Primary and Secondary Skills
      • Primary – From the actual time or someone who was actually there. Eg. Personal diary, newspaper report, photo, documentary footage.
      • Secondary – from someone else based on primary sources. eg. A history book.
      • Tertiary – from someone who was not there and based on secondary sources. Eg. An Encyclopaedia.
    • Question
      • Which of these sources can be accepted without question?
    • Short task
      • Rate types of sources from most reliable to least reliable.
        • Primary
        • Secondary
        • Tertiary
    • Group task
      • Identify what category of sources the following are. Are they primary, secondary or tertiary?
        • The Australian Constitution
        • Chapter a textbook about the gold rush.
        • Newspaper report of the Eureka Stockade.
        • A real dinosaur bone.
        • A picture of a dinosaur drawn in 1960.
        • A photo of the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
    • Group Task
        • A diary entry about the opening of the first Australian Parliament.
        • A student essay about the opening of the first Australian parliament.
        • An old coin from the gold rush.
        • Film footage of Charlie Chaplin.
        • The 1992 film Chaplin starring Robert Downey Jnr.
        • A book about Charlie Chaplin based on his films and interviews with Charlie Chaplin.
    • Bibliography
      • List of your resources.
      • To support your information
      • To attribute other people’s material.
      • Avoid plagiarism.
    • Bibliography
      • Contains
        • Author’s Name.
        • Last name, First initial
        • Year of Publication
        • Title of piece.
        • Title of book (if a chapter in a book).
        • Publisher.
    • Who is the creator?
      • You can have more than one creator.
        • Lennon, J and McCartney, P
      • The creator of a film is the director.
      • The creator of a song is the songwriter (not the performer).
      • The creator of a newspaper article is the journalist.
    • Create a bibliography
      • Pile of books and movies.
        • Create a complete bibliography.
        • Hand in your work.