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How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
How to do_an_ahap_dbq
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  • 1. How To Do an AHAP D B Q
  • 2. A “Dazzling” D.B.Q. Is Like a Tasty Hamburger
  • 3. The “Top Bun” of your essay! 4-6 sentences The Introductory Paragraph
  • 4.
    • Establish TIME & PLACE .
    • Create a clear, THESIS STATEMENT . [underline or highlight it!]
    • Allude to the SUB-TOPICS or categories you will discuss to support your thesis statement
    • Focus on the question at hand—do NOT begin with a “flowery” sentence!
    The Introductory Paragraph
    • No “laundry list!”
  • 5. The “tasty” part of your essay! 8-12 sentences+ per paragraph The “ ” Meat ” ” Paragraphs
  • 6.
    • Identify your sub-topic or category in the first sentence.
    • Include the documents that are relevant to support the ideas in the paragraph.
    • Use most of the documents given.
    • Bring in supportive outside information. This is critical !! * o.i.’s = “ o utside i nformation”
    • Why were these documents selected?
    The “ ” Meat ” ” Paragraphs
  • 7.
    • Attribution  Who is this person?
    • Why might they be significant?
    • What is the point of view (POV) of the author?
    • How reliable and accurate is the source?
    • What is the tone or intent of the document author?
    • What other information does this document call to mind? Use all available clues.
    Remember, docs. can be used in a variety of ways! Questions to Ask Yourself About the Documents
  • 8.
    • Thomas Paine, in his pamphlet, Common Sense , said: “………………….”
    • Joe Smith, a mid-Western delegate to the Republican convention in 1912 , agreed with…..
    • The 19 c historian, Frederick Jackson Turner , felt that …………………. (Doc. E)
    NEVER begin with: In Document E, … How to Reference a Document in Your Essay
  • 9. The “Bottom Bun” of your essay! It holds it all together! 3-4 sentences The Concluding Paragraph
  • 10.
    • Start with a “concluding phrase.”
    • Restate your thesis statement a bit differently .
    • Put your essay answer in a larger historical perspective.
    • End of some trend/movement/idea, etc.
    • Beginning of some trend/movement/idea
    • End of one & beginning of another.
    • Do NOT end on the note that this is the reason we are where we are today!
    The Concluding” Paragraph
  • 11. Put It All Together, And . . . .
  • 12. Ummmmm, Burger! I Mean, A Perfect Essay !
  • 13.
    • Write out your introductory paragraph in full, underlining your thesis statement .
    • ¶ 1  sub-topic title
      • Information from a document (Doc-B)
      • Information from another document (Doc-E)
      • Some outside information (OI)
      • Different info. from the same document (Doc-E)
    • ¶ 2  sub-topic title
      • Information from a document (Doc-A)
      • Some outside information (OI)
      • Some outside information (OI)
      • Information from another document (Doc-H)
    Outline Format
  • 14.
    • ¶3  sub-topic title
      • Information from a document (Doc-C)
      • Information from another document (Doc-D)
      • Some outside information (OI)
      • Information from another document (Doc-F)
      • New information from the same document (Doc-F)
      • Some outside information (OI)
      • Some outside information (OI)
    • Write out your concluding paragraph in full.
    Outline Format
  • 15. YOU CAN DO IT!!

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