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DBQ Scaffolding Samples. Global Studies 9 Myers. Remember:. Writing a DBQ is a skill…it takes practice and PLANNING ! Remember this: there is actually no “right” or “wrong” answer. As long as your answer is LOGICAL and your interpretation is supported by the documents, you are correct.

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dbq scaffolding samples

DBQ Scaffolding Samples

Global Studies 9

Myers

remember
Remember:

Writing a DBQ is a skill…it takes practice and PLANNING! Remember this: there is actually no “right” or “wrong” answer. As long as your answer is LOGICAL and your interpretation is supported by the documents, you are correct.

step one
Step One

1 Read the task  Brainstorm… and write down a “bulleted” list of what you already know which will become your “outside information.” (answering who?, what?, where?, when?, why?, how?). Spend no more than 5 minutes on this step.

example
Example

Discuss both the positive effects and the negative effects of the Industrial Revolution on European society.

brainstorm
Brainstorm!
  • List positive and negative effects
  • List outside information
  • Use specifics (names of Acts, people, books)
thesis
Thesis

What is being asked? Underline the tasks asked of you. Your thesis CANNOT simply re-word the question. It must be a unique statement that shows the reader you understand the question.

scaffolding
Scaffolding
  • Begin reading the documents and answering the “scaffolding” questions.
  • Read each question following the document.
  • Then read the document.
  • Underline any information that will help you answer the question.
  • Answer the question in a complete sentence.
  • (Hint: If the question is worth 1 point, write ONE sentence. If the question is worth 2 points, write TWO sentences).
sample map or chart
Sample: Map or Chart

Based on this time line, identify two ways that people’s lives changed during the Neolithic Revolution. [2]

sample map
Sample: Map

1. What effect did Japan’s location have on cultural diffusion from China? [1]

2. Identify one cultural contribution to Japanese society that came from China. [1]

sample reading question
The Neolithic Revolution also changed the way people lived. In place of scattered huntingcommunities, the farmers lived in villages. Near groups of villages, small towns grew up, andlater cities too. Thus the Neolithic Revolution made civilization itself possible. (The AncientNear East)

Within the villages, towns and cities, it was possible for people to specialize in the sort of workthey could do best. Many stopped producing food at all, making instead tools and other goodsthat farmers needed, and for which they gave them food in exchange. This process of exchangeled to trade and traders, and the growth of trade made it possible for people to specialize evenmore. . . .

Based on this document, state one impact of the Neolithic Revolution on the way people lived. [1]

Sample: Reading question
understand the basic meaning of the documents
Understand the basic meaning of the documents….

Make a chart with the document number, and what the main point of the document is when you plan.

create two or three groups of documents
Create TWO or THREE groups of documents

How many of these documents can be grouped together? What do they share in common (positive or negative; causes or effects; fact or opinion)? Are they primary or secondary sources, or a mixture of both? Are they from the same time period, or do they span several decades and centuries?

go back to your brainstorm list
Go back to your brainstorm list

of “outside information” and attach what you can to your common themes.

begin to write your essay
Begin to write your essay.

IINTRODUCTION:

Begin with a brief overview of the specific timeframe or era in history. Work to get more specific to the task and end your introduction with a statement of your thesis. NO FLUFF!!

·    CONCLUSION: Reemphasize your thesis using your best line of argument. Your conclusion should state what you have proven.

body paragraphs
BODY PARAGRAPHS

NEVER create a simple document review (“laundry list” of the documents). Begin your body paragraph with your line of argument in support of your thesis statement. Use your common themes/outside information to generate your paragraphs.

n      Identify your documents by using parenthesis at the end of the sentence or paragraph in which you refer to that specific document. Example: (document 1).

nNEVER begin a paragraph by referencing a document. Example: “In document one it states that…”

conclusion
Conclusion

Reemphasize your thesis using your best line of argument. Your conclusion should state what you have proven.