Thursday, August 1, 2013

Adapting Primary Sources from Beyond the Bubble

Here are some great tips on how to use primary sources with struggling readers from Beyond the Bubble, which is part of the Stanford History Education Group(SHEG). Although the example they use here is with a document from American history, the tips work for any discipline. Some of the tips include changing tough vocabulary and increasing font size.

1 comment:

vahistorianblog said...

Thank you for this a great resource. I love it. I really into primary sources and I like how teachers are taught how to modify primary sources.