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DBQ Practice

A DBQ Rubric - (7 pts)
B Thesis/Claim (0-1 pt)
C responds to prompt w/ historically defensible claim & establishes a line of reasoning (1 pt)
D earn point: thesis must respond to prompt, not restate / 1+ sentences in one place / in intro or conclusion
E Contextualization (0-1 pt)
F describe broader historical context relevant to prompt (1 pt)
G earn point: relate topic of prompt to broader historic events before, after, or during the question's time frame / no point for phrase or reference
H Evidence (0-3 pts)
I Evidence from Documents: 1 pt - content from 3 documents to address topic of prompt / 2 pts - supports argument in response to prompt with 6 documents
J earn 1 pt: describe content from 3 documents / earn 2 pts - describe content from 6 documents & use content to support argument in response to the prompt
K Evidence Beyond Documents: 1 pt - at least one piece of evidence outside documents relevant to an argument about the prompt
L earn point: must describe evidence, not a phrase or reference / different from evidence used for contextualization point
M Analysis & Reasoning (0-2 pts)
N for 3 documents - explain why document's POV/purpose/audience/historical situation is relevant to an argument ( 1 pt)
O earn point: explain how 3 documents' POV/purpose/audience/historic situation is relevant to an argument about the prompt
P demonstrate complex understanding of the prompt's focus / use evidence to corroborate, qualify, or modify an argument addressing the question (1 pt)
Q response - demonstrates complex understanding in many ways: explain nuance of issue; analyze multiple variables / explain both sim & diff, cont & change, explain multiple cause, cause & effect / explain relevant connections across periods
Q part 2 confirm validity or argument; corroborate multiple perspectives / qualifying; modifying argument; consider alternate views or evidence (understanding must be part of argument, not a phrase or reference)
R reporting category
S scoring criteria
T decision rules
Created by: jw5397
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