PART TWO: PUTTING THE SOURCE IN CONTEXT
Text is from book: Document in World History.CD-ROM/page 415 and 416PART ONE: IDENTIFYING THE SOURCES1.Author2.Title3.Date of writing/or original publication4. Place it was written5.Type of source6. Summarize the content of the sourcePART TWO: PUTTING THE SOURCE IN CONTEXT1. Who was the intended audience?2.Using direct quotes or specific data from the source, describe its purpose.3. Why do you think this document was written?PART THRE: USING THE SOURCE1.List the most important pieces of information conveyed by the source.a.b.c.d.2. What questions does the source raise?a.b.c.PART FOUR: EVALUATING THE SOURCE1.Is the source reliable? List any suspected errors or misleading statements.2.Is the source useful? Explain why this document is or is not a valuable historical source.PART FIVE: PUTTING THE SOURCE IN PERSPECTIVE1.Did this source fulfill its original purpose?2.Did this source have an influence on later generations? How? Why?3.Does this source exert an influence on us today? How? Why?
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