Primary Sources in the Secondary Classroom: How to Effectively Teach History
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Secondary sources and textbooks are engrained in the American educational system. The question and study came to develop into the following (with the aim to teach Class A with a single source textbook and Class B without the focus being on a textbook): "Can history be taught more effectively with or without a single source textbook? Has teaching evolved into something that incorporates multiple activities and interactions that a textbook and its supplemental material to a point where the students do not rely on a textbook for history, but merely use it to complement and enhance their experience of learning history?"