Report CopyRight/DMCA Form For : Integrating Primary And Secondary Resources Into Literacy
INTEGRATING PRIMARYAND SECONDARYRESOURCES INTO LITERACYArkansas Reading Association ConferenceNovember 17 2016.Ms Denise E Taylor PrincipalMountain Pine High School OBJECTIVE By the end of the session the participants will be able to demonstrate anunderstanding between a primary and secondary resource . The participants will incorporate photographs video footage newspaper magazine articles postcards paintings and maps into their literacy units tomake text to world connections WHAT IS A PRIMARY SOURCE A document or physical object which was written or created during the time.under study Primary sources enable researchers to get as close as possible to whatactually happened during an historical event and or time period Examples Original Documents diaries speeches manuscripts letters interviews news film.footage autobiographies official records Creative works Poetry drama novels music art Relics or Artifacts pottery furniture clothing buildings WHAT IS A SECONDARY RESOURCE Interprets and analyzes primary sources One or more steps removed from.the event May have pictures quotes graphics or primary sources in them Examples Textbooks Magazine articles Histories. Criticisms Commentaries Encyclopedias PRIMARY SOURCE NIGHT WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING. https www youtube com watch v qhlwy6... This poem was written by Pavel The Butterfly 2Friedmann at Theresienstadtconcentration camp on 4 June The last the very last .1942 On September 29 1944 he So richly brightly dazzlinglywas deported to Auschwitz where yellow he died Perhaps if the sun s tears wouldagainst a white stone Such such a yellow.Is carried lightly way up high It went away I m sure because itto kiss the world goodbye For seven weeks I ve lived inPenned up inside this ghetto.But I have found my peopleThe dandelions call to meAnd the white chestnut candlesin the court Only I never saw another.butterfly FOR ALMOST A MONTH THE JEWS OF THE WARSAW GHETTO FOUGHT FOR THEIR LIVES MANY OFTHEM PERISHED IN THE FIRES AND SMOKE OF THE UPRISING OTHERS WERE MURDERED IN THEGHETTO STREETS THE REMAINDER WERE SENT TO TREBLINKA MAJDANEK AND OTHER CAMPS INTHE LUBLIN AREA FEW MANAGED TO ESCAPE TO THE ARYAN SIDE OF WARSAW THE GHETTO WAS.TRANSFORMED INTO A WASTELAND http www yadvashem org yv en exhibi... THINK PAIR SHARE With a partner discuss the use of the resources already discussed viewed . Answer with your partner how the use of the photographs videos andpoetry can help the students make the text to world connections and bringthe time period to life How would bringing WWII to life with this novel help students to understandwhat is happening in the world today What text to world connections can.students make to today s world issues RESEARCH ACTIVITY With your table group using your own laptop or phone Look at the novel you have been given Is it a primary or a secondary resource Find with your group 3 5 additional primary sources using the internet that could.be used to bring the novel to life and make text to text text to self or text to world connections All groups will report out GROUP REPORT OUT How many primary resources were you able to locate . How will you use more primary resources in your classes What benefit do you see to using phots videos letters speeches etc HAPPY HOLIDAYShttps www youtube com watch v ... Thank You.For almost a month the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto fought for their lives. Many of them perished in the fires and smoke of the uprising. Others were murdered in the ghetto streets. The remainder were sent to Treblinka, Majdanek, and other camps in the Lublin area. Few managed to escape to the Aryan side of Warsaw.