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Browse Using Primary Sources - analyzing images

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Integrate these two guides into your curriculum to help students develop visual and textual analysis skills. [...] »

Explore the SOCC analysis technique with this great website. [...] »

This website by the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery will help students analyze artistic works. [...] »

Find the National Archive's worksheets for analyzing a variety of primary sources. [...] »

These worksheets from the Library of Congress help students analyze primary sources. [...] »

Incorporate art into lesson plans with this resource from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. [...] »

National Park Service lesson plans, teaching materials, and vibrant images reveal what historical objects tell us about history. [...] »

Textbook illustrations are often overlooked as historical evidence. [...] »

Advertisements have surrounded us for years. How can you interpret them? Where can you find them? [...] »