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Unformatted text preview: Week 2 - Skill Activity: HISZO6: United States History 11 (HIR1812D) Page 2 01 b How can I improve my score between each attempt? Review the quiz feedback available in the Gradebook. Review the resources related to the activity topics. If you need further assistance. watch @HOIPNOM Accessing Your Quiz Grades (https:I/ashford.mediaspacekaltura.com/medialGrades+in+CanvasI0 hebyd4url , which walks you through reviewing your quizzes and provides tips on how to be intentional with your next attempt. Take the uizA ain Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 23 minutes 10 out of 10 Score for this attempt: 10 out of 10 Submitted Mar 31 at 9am This attempt took 23 minutes. Question 1 1 [1 pts A primary source C} must be found in the university library (if? is a historian’s interpretation of a historical event I is the main source that you plan to use in a research project Correctl (9 is a document or artifact that was created at the time of a historical event or by someone who personally witnessed it. 3/31/2018 Week 2 - Skill Activity: HISZO6: United States History 11 (HIR1812D) Page 3 of 6 {w_.v.___.__~._.~._______._ Question 2 1 I 1 Pts Which of these are NOT examples of a first—hand account? Correctl 6) tax documents Cl“! memoirs (:1? oral history interviews C) persona: letters Question 3 Historians use primary sources to build on the work of other historians Correctl @ True 11:} False The answer is available in the Primary Sources exercise Question 4 Primary sources 0 should be read on their own, without paying attention to any other sources l 840 3/31/2018 Week 2 - Skill Activity: HISZO6: United States History 11 (HIR1812D) Page 4 of 6 <3 are completely accurate and complete records of historical events Correct! 6) can be incorrect, incomplete. or biased ('5) are the only sources one needs to fully understand an event The answer is available in the Primary Sources exercise Question 5 An oral history interview about the Great Depression with someone who was a teenager during the Great Depression is a primary source Corroctl (9 True {3 False The answer is available in the Primary Sources exercise Question 6 Media accounts in the past it) were completely accurate Corroctl Q) can give us an understanding of the social and cultural attitudes of the time 0 were never biased 0 all of the above 840 3/3 1/2018 Week 2 - Skill Activity: HISZO6: United States History 11 (HIR1812D) Page 5 of 6 The answer is available in the Primary Sources exercise Question 7 1 I 1 Pts The History Channel website (history.com) is a primary source 0 True Correct! © False Question 8 1 I 1 Pts Primary sources are documents or artifacts that were created at the time of a historical event or by someone who personally witnessed it. {:3 False l l The answer is available in the Primary Sources exercise Question 9 1 l 1 Pts 840 3/3 1/201 8 Week 2 - Skill Activity: HISZO6: United States History II (HIR1812D) Page 6 of 6 Which of the following is NOT an example of a primary source? C) a dress worn in 1960 by Jackie Kennedy for a campaign event if} a photograph of young children working in a factory in the 19108 Correct! (9 the course textbook {'2‘ a memoir written by a Holocaust survivor g g The answer is available in the Primary Sources exercise MWWMWWWMWMJ Question 10 1 I 1 Pts Your textbook is a primary source (If) True Correctl @ False Quiz Score: 10 out of 10 1 840 3/3 1/201 8 ...
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