Use one of the primary sources available at ProCon.org to help students practice their analysis of higher level primary sources.
Pass out copies of the SOAPPS-TONE Primary Source Analysis worksheet and go through each part of the acronym with students, using a primary source they have already studied as an example. Reinforce the acronym using a Q&A. For example: "Jimmy, If I were looking at a document and its date was September 11th, 2001, what would I write in 'Occasion?'" or "Alice, if I had written that the audience for the document was 'clergy,' what kind of source might I be looking at?" When you feel students are ready to work individually, provide them with at least 2-3 ProCon.org sources and SOAPS-TONE sheets to fill in on their own. End the class by having students share their work and correct their papers.