We will use Primary (1st) and Secondary (2nd) sourcesto gather information about our Coachella ValleyBIG QUESTIONS:1. What...
Primary Sources Include:• Original artifacts, objects, videos• Original documents, speeches, letters• Information written ...
Secondary Sources Include:• Biography (bio=life in Latin; we’ll talk about ‘graph’ later)A biography is when you write abo...
Secondary Sources can alsoinclude:• I tell you something – I am the primary source. Then, youtell your family what I said,...
Some primary sources for our topicare located at theLibrary of Congressin Washington, D.C.Library of Congress Primary Sour...
When we visit our localCoachella Valley History Museumwe will see many primary sources.Hyperlink:Coachella Valley Museum i...
1.In a small group, create a power point to introduce your class audience to theCoachella Valley Cahuilla Indians2. Using ...
1. Using both Primary and Secondary sources, (use the links in this powerpoint) explain what tools the Cahuilla used in th...
California History & Social StudiesStandardandTechnology StandardContent Standard: 3.1 Students describe the physical and ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Eduu 552 primary and secondary sources coachella valley history

213 views

Published on

Week 4 assignment for EDUU 552

Published in: Education, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
213
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Eduu 552 primary and secondary sources coachella valley history

  1. 1. We will use Primary (1st) and Secondary (2nd) sourcesto gather information about our Coachella ValleyBIG QUESTIONS:1. What are Primary & Secondary sources?2. Where do we find them?CML JAFFE EDUU 552
  2. 2. Primary Sources Include:• Original artifacts, objects, videos• Original documents, speeches, letters• Information written when an event is happeningHere we see Ben Franklin, John Adams,and Thomas Jefferson writing theDeclaration of IndependenceA copy of original Declaration is housed atthe National Archives, Washington, D.C.CML JAFFE EDUU 552Examples:
  3. 3. Secondary Sources Include:• Biography (bio=life in Latin; we’ll talk about ‘graph’ later)A biography is when you write about another person’slife. Joseph Ellis wrote a biography on the life of GeorgeWashington. This is a secondary document. It waswritten about him after he died.CML JAFFE EDUU 552
  4. 4. Secondary Sources can alsoinclude:• I tell you something – I am the primary source. Then, youtell your family what I said, you are the secondary source.• Information evaluating someone else’s research.• Almanacs, encyclopedias, history books (textbooks), etc.are all secondary sources because they were written“after” the these events occurred.CML JAFFE EDUU 552
  5. 5. Some primary sources for our topicare located at theLibrary of Congressin Washington, D.C.Library of Congress Primary SourcesLibrary of Congress Coachella Valley Picture GalleryLibrary of Congress Coachella Valley Migrant Camp LatrineLibrary of Congress California Map of Crops and FarmsExterior of Library Interior of LibraryA Date Palm Ranchin Coachella ValleyPhoto by Dorothea LangeHyperlinks:CML JAFFE EDUU 552
  6. 6. When we visit our localCoachella Valley History Museumwe will see many primary sources.Hyperlink:Coachella Valley Museum in Indio, CaliforniaCML JAFFE EDUU 552
  7. 7. 1.In a small group, create a power point to introduce your class audience to theCoachella Valley Cahuilla Indians2. Using both Primary and Secondary sources, (use the links in this power point)explain what tools the Cahuilla used in their daily life.3.The following information must be included:a. Six to seven slidesb. Include a title slide with group member namesc. Embed primary sourced pictures of life and tools used, add captionsunderneath to explain imagesd. A map either sourced or drawn showing geographical location of thetribe. (I will help you upload and insert any drawn images)Here’s what you will do:CML JAFFE EDUU 552
  8. 8. 1. Using both Primary and Secondary sources, (use the links in this powerpoint) explain what tools the Cahuilla used in their daily life.a. Include at least one image from local historian, Patricia Laflin’s book:2. Answer these questions in your presentation:a. Do we use similar tools in our daily life?b. How are our lives different than the Cahuilla?3. Once your group project is complete, create a desktop folder and savefirst, then we will upload to Google Drive and Google +Also you must include:CML JAFFE EDUU 552
  9. 9. California History & Social StudiesStandardandTechnology StandardContent Standard: 3.1 Students describe the physical and human geography anduse maps, tables, graphs, photographs, and charts to organize information aboutpeople, places, and environments in a spacial context.1. Identify geographical features in their local region (e.g., deserts,mountains, valleys. hills, coastal areas, oceans, lakes).Technology Standard: (NETS for Students)In a collaborative work group, use a variety of technologies to produce a digitalpresentation or product in a curriculum area. (1, 2, 6)1. Creativity and Innovation2. Communication and Collaboration6. Technology Operations and ConceptsCML JAFFE EDUU 552

×