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primary source document written by a person who was there
secondary source document written by a person who used primary sources for research
sequence order of one thing following after another
evaluate look at something and decide its meaning
slogan phrase that encourages an idea, person or organization
analyze to study by looking at smaller seperate parts
interpret to offer an explanation or meaning
hemisphere equator divides earth into north and south and prime meridian divides eath into east and west
physical feature characteristic of a place that occurs naturally, example landform or body of water
latitude distance north and south of the equator
longitude distance east or west of the Prime Meridian
excerpts a part of larger work for example literature, music, or art
Created by: cbrill