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Responding to a short-answer or extended-response question Analyze And Plan Write Your Answer Review and Revise Your Answer
Performance Verbs Compareidentify similarities and differences Describegive characteristics Explainmake clear or give reasons Evaluatemake a judgment on the worth of … Identifyname something Summarizerestate in a shorter form Supportgive facts/examples to justify a conclusion
Sample Ext Response Q. – 4 pts. Historians often cite the harshness of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany as a primary cause of the eventual outbreak of World War II. Summarize two provisions of the Versailles Treaty relating to Germany and discuss how each helped lead to World War II.
Breaking the question down Summarize one provision of the Versailles Treaty How did this lead to WWII? Summarize a second provision of the Versailles Treaty How did this lead to WWII?
Score this sample response Two provisions of the Versailles Treaty relating to Germany were taking over the Jews a putting them in concentration camps. Many didnt agree with that. Another was putting Hitler in power. Other countries didnt agree to that thus began WWII. (Scale of 0 to 4) Click on this second
Score this one too The treaty of Versailles ended WWI with Germany agreeing to give back a fair amount of land they had taken from the surrounding countries. Instead they began to grow in power witch adventually led to Hitlers Nazi party. Click on this second
Score this one too lose of land and dept which lend to a disprission and Germany blamed the world. Click on this second
Sample Short Response Q. – 2 pts. The Industrial Revolution brought about major changes not only in cities, but in rural America as well. Before machines were used, one farmer could harvest about 7.5 acres of wheat per year. With machines, he could harvest wheat on 135 acres. Scientists also developed new kinds of wheat seeds that could survive northern winters. These developments were examples of what was happening in many areas of agriculture. Explain two additional ways farming changed as a result of the Industrial Revolution.
Score this sample response We use machines to harvest wheat and machines to plow the ground. (Scale of 0 to 2) Click on this second
Score this sample too As the industrial revolution went on farming went from being a mom and pop operation to big business. Big businesses bought up farms and used the land to farm on. Though less people worked on the farms, more people were supplied goods. (Scale of 0 to 2) Click on this second
Score this sample too The producers prices went up and they stop planting crops. (Scale of 0 to 2) Click on this second
Write your own definition of each command economy constitutional monarchy apartheid EnlightenmentCold Warcontainment
Write your own definition of each imperialism market economy monetary policy traditional economy urbanizationdemocracy
Link to Circular Flow Model The three basic economic questions that all economic systems answer: What to produce? How is it produced? Who gets it?