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  1. Homework • Review the documents, A-I, and associated notes. Get a sound working understanding of what each document is telling you. • Read the three essays. • For each essay: • Apply the rubric and score. • Write one MEAL paragraph in which you justify your score. • Remember, purpose is to familiarize yourself with the content as well as APUSH writing expectations.

  2. 6.7 DBQ Analysis Period 6

  3. DBQ • In the post–Civil War United States, corporations grew significantly in number, size, and influence. Analyze the impact of big business on the economy and politics and the responses of Americans to these changes. Confine your answer to the period 1870 to 1900.

  4. Document List • Document A Source: Historical Statistics of the United States, Indexed Prices, 1870–1899. • Document B Source: George McNeil, labor leader, The Labor Movement: The Problem of Today, 1887. • Document C Source: David A. Wells, engineer and economist, Recent Economic Changes and Their Effect on the Production and Distribution of Wealth and the Well-Being of Society, 1889. • Document D Source: Joseph Keppler, “The Bosses of the Senate,” Puck, January 23, 1889. • Document E Source: Andrew Carnegie, “Wealth,” North American Review, June 1889. • Document F Source: “People’s Party Platform,” Omaha Morning World-Herald, July 5, 1892. • Document G Source: Samuel Gompers, What Does Labor Want?, an address before the International Labor Congress in Chicago, August 28, 1893. • Document H Source: George Rice, “How I Was Ruined by Rockefeller,” New York World, October 16, 1898. • Document I Source: Theodore Dreiser, Sister Carrie, a novel, 1900. • Document J Source: Female typists, circa 1902.

  5. Group critique • Rank: High, medium, low • Apply the rubric and score • Group must develop a MEAL to justify each grade.

  6. Share • Four corners • High/medium/low • Score

  7. Reveal • Read the AP/College Board’s feedback • Respond to the feedback: • How accurate were you and your group in your predictions? • What is one concrete “take-away” that you can immediately apply to your writing?

  8. Homework • Study for Period 6 multiple choice test! • 23 questions, chapters 23 – 26. • Review textbook, your notes, videos, video notes, class PP’s.