Have you ever wondered how we know so much about people and events from the past? Much of what we know comes from studying items that were used in the past. Research Primary Source Audio: Speeches, Oral Histories, Music, and More! will help you dive deeper into studying history by showing you how to examine and learn from objects that were part of everyday life in the past.
About the Author
Kelly Boswell has many years of experience in education as a classroom teacher, literacy coach, and district literacy specialist. She is passionate about seeing young readers and writers blossom and grow into independent learners. She is the coauthor of Solutions for Reading Comprehension and Crafting Nonfiction and has recently published a series of nonfiction books for children with Capstone. Kelly lives in Montana with her husband and two young sons.
Table of Contents
What Is a Primary Source Audio? 4
Different Kinds of Primary Source Audio 6
Listen, Read, Learn, and Wonder 10
Thinking Beyond Audio Sources 18
Read More 23
Internet Sites 23
Critical Thinking Questions 24