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How to do a DBQ. Nationalism. What a DBQ is. DBQ stands for Document Based Question. This means that the question you will ultimately answer at the end in essay form is based upon the documents you’re being given to work with.

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    1. How to do a DBQ Nationalism

    2. What a DBQ is DBQ stands for Document Based Question. This means that the question you will ultimately answer at the end in essay form is based upon the documents you’re being given to work with. A DBQ is just like a regular essay, except that you’ve been given some materials to help support your answer.

    3. What a DBQ is not • DBQ is not simply a list of documents. • DBQ is not the answers to the scaffolding questions • DBQ is not BBQ misspelled.

    4. Getting Started First, let’s look at the DBQ we’ve been assigned. Just look at the first page and nothing else. STOP LOOKING AT THE DOCUMENTS!!!!! I said the first page and nothing else.

    5. The first page A basic description of what you will be asked to do. Part III DOCUMENT-BASED QUESTION This question is based on the accompanying documents (1–7). The question is designed to test your ability to work with historical documents. Some of these documents have been edited for the purposes of this question. As you analyze the documents, take into account the source of each document and any point of view that may be presented in the document. Historical Context: Nationalism is a powerful force that can have positive and negative effects on nations and regions. Task: Using information from the documents and your knowledge of global history, answer the questions that follow each document in Part A. Your answers to the questions will help you write the Part B essay in which you will be asked to: • Define the term nationalism • Discuss how nationalism has had positive and/or negative effects on specific nations and/or regions • Evaluate whether nationalism in general has had a more positive or a more negative impact on the people of the world The historical context. Here to give you a little background on the topic, NOT TO BE COPIED DOWN AS YOUR INTRO!!! The questions you need to answer

    6. The first step Historical Context Nationalism is a powerful force that can have positive and negative effects on nations and regions. Task: Using information from the documents and your knowledge of global history, answer the questions that follow each document in Part A. Your answers to the questions will help you write the Part B essay in which you will be asked to: • Define the term nationalism • Discuss how nationalism has had positive and/or negative effects on specific nations and/or regions • Evaluate whether nationalism in general has had a more positive or a more negative impact on the people of the world Once you’ve read the instructions and the historical context, start here. What questions will you need to answer in order to successfully write this essay? Click here if the first question is “What is nationalism?” Click here if the first question is “Was nationalism a positive force?” Click here if the first question is something else…

    7. Not this time Keemosabi. The answer was on the board. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    8. Not a bad guess, we’ll use a question similar to that one later on. Click here to go back to the previous slide and try again.

    9. Nice Job! Click here to put the question onto your outline and continue.

    10. Click here when you’re ready to move on Your Outline Question Answer Document/Outside Info What is nationalism? What: Where: When: How: Why: Intro Body 1 Body 2 Conc.

    11. The next step Task: Using information from the documents and your knowledge of global history, answer the questions that follow each document in Part A. Your answers to the questions will help you write the Part B essay in which you will be asked to: • Define the term nationalism • Discuss how nationalism has had positive and/or negative effects on specific nations and/or regions • Evaluate whether nationalism in general has had a more positive or a more negative impact on the people of the world What questions will you need to answer next in order to successfully write this essay? Click here if the next question is “How was nationalism positive?” Click here if the next question is “How was nationalism negative?” Click here if the next question is “How was nationalism positive (or negative) for a specific place?”

    12. Slow down skippy, look at the task more carefully. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    13. Not bad, you’re close. Go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    14. Somebody call 911’ cause you’re on fire! Remember when it’s time to write the essay you’ll need to select positive or negative and you’ll need to select a specific nation or region. Click here to put the question onto your outline and continue.

    15. Click here when you’re ready to move on Your Outline Question Answer Document/Outside Info What is nationalism? What: Where: When: How: Why: Intro How was nationalism positive (or negative) for a specific region? Body 1 Body 2 Conc.

    16. The next next step Task: Using information from the documents and your knowledge of global history, answer the questions that follow each document in Part A. Your answers to the questions will help you write the Part B essay in which you will be asked to: • Define the term nationalism • Discuss how nationalism has had positive and/or negative effects on specific nations and/or regions • Evaluate whether nationalism in general has had a more positive or a more negative impact on the people of the world What questions will you need to answer next in order to successfully write this essay? Click here if the next question is “Was nationalism more positive or negative for the world?” Click here if the next question is “How was nationalism negative?” Click here if the next question is “How was nationalism positive (or negative) for a specific place?”

    17. Congratulations! Well done, you correctly identified that little letter “S” at the end of the words nationS or regionS. It’s obvious that you know the meaning of that letter “S” and that when it appears at the end of a word you’ll need to give more than one example. Click here to put the question onto your outline and continue.

    18. Go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    19. Take it easy junior, don’t rush to the conclusion so quickly, this essay needs some body…. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    20. Click here when you’re ready to move on Your Outline Question Answer Document/Outside Info What is nationalism? What: Where: When: How: Why: Intro How was nationalism positive (or negative) for a specific region? Body 1 How was nationalism positive (or negative) for a specific region? Body 2 Conc.

    21. The final first step Task: Using information from the documents and your knowledge of global history, answer the questions that follow each document in Part A. Your answers to the questions will help you write the Part B essay in which you will be asked to: • Define the term nationalism • Discuss how nationalism has had positive and/or negative effects on specific nations and/or regions • Evaluate whether nationalism in general has had a more positive or a more negative impact on the people of the world What questions will you need to answer next in order to successfully write this essay? Click here if the next question is “Was nationalism more positive or negative for the people of the world?” Click here if the next question is “Was nationalism negative or positive?” Click here if the next question is “Who was Otto Von Bismarck?”

    22. Check out the big brain on Brad! Well done! You have successfully phrased your conclusion question. Click here to put the question onto your outline and continue.

    23. You’re close, go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    24. I am notorious, but I am not ze answer zis time! Mwahahahah I am ze evil genius the notorious O.V.B. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    25. Click here when you’re ready to move on Your Outline Question Answer Document/Outside Info What is nationalism? What: Where: When: How: Why: Intro How was nationalism positive (or negative) for a specific region? Body 1 How was nationalism positive (or negative) for a specific region? Body 2 Was nationalism a positive or negative force for the people of the world? Conc.

    26. Your outline is done… Click here if you need to go back to copy anything down. Otherwise it is now time to move on. The next step is to take a minute and try to answer the questions on your own without even looking at the documents. STOP THAT! I SAID DO NOT LOOK AT THE DOCUMENTS. Go on to the next slide and follow the directions. Click here when you’re done.

    27. Time to brainstorm Brainstorming is taking a second to organize what you know about a topic before moving on. This essay wants you to focus on nationalism and its positive and negative effects. Take a minute and make a chart like the one below and fill it in as much as you can in four minutes. MAKE SURE YOU LABEL THE LIST, something like “Brainstorming list” would be fine. Elements of nationalism Positive effects of nationalism Negative effects of nationalism Once you’ve completed your chart click here to move on.

    28. Brainstorm Chart Hopefully you got a few things for each column. In case you didn’t I’ll give you a couple now for starters. Elements of nationalism Positive effects of nationalism Negative effects of nationalism • People who share common language, religion and history • Common geography • Unites people • Brings countries together like Germany and Italy • Helped keep the Jews united as a people throughout the centuries • Can lead to racism (Holocaust, Arab-Israeli conflict) • Can start wars (Franco-Prussian War, World War I) • Can break up countries (Austria-Hungary) Add my items to your list and click here to move on.

    29. Now you can look at the documents (Well it’s about time this is a DBQ after all) But before you do, one simple rule…. Read everything. The text introducing the document, the document itself and that little line underneath the document that tells you who wrote the document and when. Read it all! Click here to move on to document #1

    30. Document #1 . . . Therefore, if we so ardently desire the emancipation [unification] of Italy — if we declare that in the face of this great question all the petty questions that divide us must be silenced— it is not only that we may see our country glorious and powerful but that above all we may elevate her in intelligence and moral development up to the plane of the most civilized nations. . . . — Camillo di Cavour, 1846 Question #1 1 According to Camillo di Cavour, what would be one positive result of Italian unification? [1] Click here if the answer is “all the petty questions would be silenced” Click here if the answer is Italy's intelligence and moral development would be equal to that of the most civilized nations. Click here if the answer is that “Italians would have their own country.

    31. Not bad, but answering a scaffolding question is more than just picking out a piece of the document to copy. Think about a possible answer to the question and then look for that answer in the document. Click here to go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    32. That is true, but look for something in the document that will give Italians a reason to want to unify. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    33. Seldom wrong and right again! Well done, you understood that Cavour was saying that a unified Italy would take its rightful place amongst the great nations of the world. Now decide, is this document refers to a positive effect of nationalism, an element of nationalism or a negative effect of nationalism? Make your decision and click below. Click here once you’ve assessed what type of document this is.

    34. If you said positive effect of nationalism… You’rrrrrrrrrrrrre rrrrrrrrrright! Cavour is speaking about the good things that will happen to Italy so take a second and label the document with the following note. Positive effect of nationalism Click here once you’ve labeled the document to move on.

    35. Document #2 2A) According to Map A, how did nationalism affect the German states? 2B) According to Map B, how did nationalism affect the Austro–Hungarian Empire? Click here if the answers are “By unifying Austria and destroying Germany”. Click here if the answers are “By unifying Germany and destroying Austria”. Click here if the answer is “Germany was lucky while Austria Hungary was cold.”

    36. Not bad, but I think you may have flipped around the answer. Click here to go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    37. Go back and take another look. Read the questions more carefully. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    38. I don’t know how you do it! Well done, you correctly analyzed the two pictures. Now decide, if these documents illustrate a positive effect of nationalism, an element of nationalism or a negative effect of nationalism? Make your decision and click below. Click here once you’ve assessed what type of a document this is.

    39. If you said both positive and negative effects of nationalism… You’rrrrrrrrrrrrre rrrrrrrrrright! The maps show opposite results of nationalism. In Germany nationalism was clearly positive, while the Austro-Hungarian Emperor would probably think nationalism destroyed his Empire. Document 2A Positive effect of nationalism Document 2B Negative effect of nationalism Click here once you’ve labeled the document to move on.

    40. Document #3 3A) How does passage A express Israeli nationalism? 3B) How does passage B express Palestinian nationalism? Click here if you think both passages express nationalism by referring to the history of the specific peoples. Click here if you think both passages express nationalism by referring to the common language of the specific peoples. Click here if you think both passages refer to the specific peoples controlling the land.

    41. Go back and take another look. Read the questions more carefully. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    42. You must be the King of the World! Well done, you correctly analyzed the two readings. Now decide, if these documents illustrate a positive effect of nationalism, an element of nationalism or a negative effect of nationalism? Make your decision and click below. Click here once you’ve assessed what type of a document this is.

    43. Not bad, but I think you need to reread the documents more carefully. Click here to go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    44. If you said elements of nationalism… You’rrrrrrrrrrrrre rrrrrrrrrright! The two national anthems both express the desire for self-determination by the Jewish and Palestinian people based on their common land and history. Document 3A Element of nationalism Document 3B Element of nationalism Click here once you’ve labeled the document to move on.

    45. Document #4 4) Identify one expression of Chinese nationalism in this passage. Click here if you think the document expresses Chinese nationalism by advocating (urging) the killing of Christian converts. Click here if you think the document expresses Chinese nationalism by rejoicing in the common language of the Chinese people. Click here if you think the document expresses Chinese nationalism by celebrating the common cultural heritage of the Chinese.

    46. Not bad, but I think you need to read the document more carefully. Click here to go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    47. Not bad, but I think you need to read the document more carefully. The author does not mention the common language of the Chinese. Click here to go back to the previous slide and read the task more carefully.

    48. Go back and take another look. Read the document more carefully. The author does not mention much about the common heritage of the Chinese. Click here to go back to the previous slide.

    49. Are these questions too easy for you? This was a tricky one. By advocating the killing of Christian converts the author is appealing to the common religion and ancestry of the Chinese nation. Now decide if these documents illustrate a positive effect of nationalism, an element of nationalism or a negative effect of nationalism? Make your decision and click below. Click here once you’ve assessed what type of a document this is.

    50. If you said elements of nationalism… You’rrrrrrrrrrrrre rrrrrrrrrright! Even though you could say the killing of people over religion is a negative expression of nationalism (and you’d be correct in saying that) the author is using religion (an element of nationalism) to create national unity. You can use this document to illustrate either point, however, it is intended to discuss the elements of nationalism. Document 4 Element of nationalism or Negative effect of nationalism Click here once you’ve labeled the document to move on.