Please watch the short video from TED-Ed on primary and secondary sources. http://ed.ted.com/on/3FAswrk0 Task: Define both primary and secondary sources and provide five examples of each Your paper should be at least 300 words and is due by Sunday at 11:59 pm. Also, your paper should be uploaded. The papers need a title page, body and a reference page like a mini formal paper. Furthermore, you will also be required to submit your work to Grammarly (no need to upload the Grammarly report). Changes should be made for grammar issues identified in the Grammarly report. Finally, you need to do a reference page in APA format. (Please see reflective rubric uploaded on populi which is the same rubric used to prepare last weeks reflection). Cassidy, J. (n.d.). Primary and Secondary Sources. Retrieved July 15, 2019, from https://ed.ted.com/on/3FAswrk0
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