Common Core

COMMON CORE RESOURCES
Common Core Wiki
Primary Source Documents
Library of Congress
How to Teach/ Use Primary Sources
Library of Congress Analysis Tools for Students

Sources for Articles/Challenging Texts
Virtual Reference Collection Sources
username: bay shorehs password: bshs
**Facts.com Today's Science** Includes discussion questions
**eLibrary Science**
**General OneFile** Look up articles by publication/subject
**Academic OneFile** Like General OneFile but more scholarly
**SIRS Researcher (includes World Conflicts)** for controversial issues

Bookcarts
Bookcarts in Proquest Databases (elibrary science)

Lexile Measures


EXAMPLES OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES

|| Primary Source
Secondary Source
  • Conference Papers
  • Correspondence
  • Dissertations
  • Diaries
  • Interviews
  • Lab Notebooks
  • Notes
  • Patents
  • Proceedings
  • Studies or Surveys
  • Technical Reports
  • Theses
  • Criticism and Interpretation
  • Dictionaries
  • Directories
  • Encyclopedias
  • Government Policy
  • Guide to Literature
  • Handbooks
  • Law and Legislation
  • Monographs
  • Moral and Ethical Aspects
  • Political Aspects
  • Public Opinion
  • Reviews
  • Social Policy
  • Tables

Source: The Evolution of Scientific Information (from Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, vol. 26).