The DBQ. Woo Hoo!. READ!. You can’t start writing the essay for 10 minutes so you might as well read the docs!. Let me Make it SIMPLE for you!. Step One Read the Question Underline key words in the question Step Two Read the historical background information Step Three
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Using the documents analyze the social and economic effects of the global flow of silver from the mid-16th century to the 18th century.Explain how another type of document would help you to analyze the effects of silver bullion in this period.
Using the documents analyze the social and economic effects of the global effects of the globalflow of silver from the mid-16th century to the 18th century. Explain how another type of document would help you to analyze the effects of silver bullion in this period.
You are being asked to show how the flow of silver all over the world effected people socially and economically.
P = Political
E = Economic
R = Religious
S = Social
I/A = Intellectual and Artistic
N = near (geography)
This is what I think about rules!
1. You must have 2 in a group to make a group
2. You need to use ALL the documents!
3. One doc can be in more than one group
4. You must have at least 3 groups
Where is my thesis?
1. Reread the question
2. Your thesis must include
specific information that
responds to the question
Your thesis is worth one point!
Woo Hoo! One point!
The flow of the silver trade in the mid-sixteenth
century was both a blessing and a curse for the people of all classes in the regions of Europe, the Americas and Asia. The silver trade provided internal economic and social strife, particularly for those of the lower classes.However, in terms of global interactions, the silver trade provided considerable economic benefits for those who had silver resources and hardships for those countries that did not.
I MUST Analyze!
Do not list!
List Example: The global flow of silver has hindered the development of indigenous people as can be seen in documents 4, 5, and 6.
The global flow of silver has hindered the development of indigenous people in several ways. The subjugation and forced labor of the South Americans silver mines (doc 4) did not allow them to develop socially because they could not participate in any native institutions.The mass slaughtering of the Japanese (doc 5) show how oppressive the government was under the Tokogowa; people had become afraid to interact and did not develop at the same rate of the European counterparts…
An additional document by a Chinese merchant that described that manner in which trade was conducted would be helpful because it would give insight on how the flow of silver was effecting this class of people.
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(Hide it in the middle)
(Start w/ it)
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ANSWER THE QUESTION
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