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Chapter 6 DBQ Road to the Revolution Document Based Question
APPARTS Author –Who created the source? Place and Time –When was the source created? Prior Knowledge –What do you know about the subject? Audience –Who is the author trying to reach? Reason –Why was this source produced at the time it was produced? The Main Idea –What is the author trying to tell you? Significance –Why is this source important?
Create a T-Chart APPARTSImage # 1Image # 2 A P P A R T S
Boston Massacre Describe: What is happening in this picture? Who are they fighting?
What is the meaning of this title? Who is the audience?
Boston Massacre Who are these people? Is their protest peaceful?
Boston Massacre What is happening in this picture? Did your opinion change?
Boston Massacre You will be writing a one page paper comparing and contrasting the two images.
Step 1: Complete APPARTS for both images. (You can create t-chart.) Step 2: Create a double bubble comparing and contrasting the two images. Step 3: Create a tree map to organize your thoughts. Example: (You don’t have to use my example.) Step 4: On a clean sheet of notebook paper, write a one page paper comparing and contrasting the two images. Be sure to utilize your prewriting. Due Dates: Monday: ALL pre-writing must be complete Tuesday: Completed paper and pre-writing due at the end of the class period. Beginning ComparingConclusion Contrasting
How will I be graded? Possible Points Points Earned Prewriting 25 Paper includes an introduction, body, and conclusion– a minimum of 4 paragraphs 10 Opening catches reader’s interest; Thesis states topics and the main idea appears in the introduction 15 Specific Examples are used to support ideas 25 Conclusion summarizes key points and tells why both are important OR why one is better. 15 The student communicates in written form using standard grammar, spelling, sentence structure, punctuation, and proper citation of sources. 10