DBQ ESSAY OUTLINE: CAUSES/EFFECTS OF EXPLORATIONOBJECTIVE: Students will be able to create an outline for a DBQ essay. Students will beable to identify causes and effects of exploration and find evidence from documents toprove those ideas.BACKGROUD INFORMATION/HISTORICAL CONTEXT:The Age of Exploration (1400-1700) had a tremendous impact on the history of theworld. Before this, there had been no lasting contact between the New World (theAmericas) and the Old World (Europe, Africa, Asia). Beginning with the Portuguesein the mid-1400’s, European explorers went on voyages of discovery, in search ofriches and glory. The places and people that they came in contact with, as well as theexploring nations themselves, were forever changed.TASK:• Identify and explain at least THREE factors that led to exploration. (Causes ofexploration)• Identify and explain at least THREE results of exploration. (Effects ofexploration)Previously, you took part A of the DBQ test, where you analyzed a series of documentsrelating to the causes and effects of exploration. The second part of this test asks you towrite an essay, which answers two questions (identify three causes of exploration andthree effects of explorationDirections: Today you will complete a preliminary outline for a DBQ essay on causesand effects of European exploration. You will use the documents and your answers to thequestions in part A to complete a T chart. First you will determine CAUSES ofexploration. Then you will determine EFFECTS of exploration.After we complete the OUTLINE we will go over the components/parts of a DBQ essayand how to write a DBQ essay. Then you will write your DBQ essays.
QUESTION: Identify THREE factors that led to exploration. (causes of exploration)IDENTIFY A CAUSE OFEXPLORATIONFIND A DOCUMENT THAT PROVESTHIS. (write the name/number of thedocument and explain how it provesyour idea)IDENTIFY A CAUSE OFEXPLORATIONFIND A DOCUMENT THAT PROVESTHIS (write the name/number of thedocument and explain how it provesyour idea)IDENTIFY A CAUSE OFEXPLORATIONFIND A DOCUMENT THAT PROVESTHIS (write the name/number of thedocument and explain how it provesyour idea)OUTSIDE INFORMATION/PRIOR KNOWLEDGE ON CAUSES OFEXPLORATION
QUESTION: Identify THREE results of exploration.IDENTIFY AN EFFECT OFEXPLORATIONFIND A DOCUMENT THAT PROVESTHIS. (write the name/number of thedocument and explain how it provesyour idea)IDENTIFY AN EFFECT OFEXPLORATIONFIND A DOCUMENT THAT PROVESTHIS (write the name/number of thedocument and explain how it provesyour idea)IDENTIFY AN EFFECT OFEXPLORATIONFIND A DOCUMENT THAT PROVESTHIS (write the name/number of thedocument and explain how it provesyour idea)OUTSIDE INFORMATION/PRIOR KNOWLEDGE ON EFFECTS OFEXPLORATIONName
DateOBJECTIVE: Students will be able to write an introduction for their DBQ Essays.SWBAT write supporting body paragraphs and a conclusion for their DBQ Essays aswell.AIM: How do you write a DBQ Essay?DO NOW: What is the purpose of a movie preview? Why do studios make previews formovies? Explain below in 3-5 sentences.CLASS NOTES: INTRODUCTION PARAGRAPHSREVIEW: COMPONENTS OF AN ESSAY: (Hamburger Method)1.2.3.PARTS OF AN INTRODUCTION:The purpose of an introduction is to introduce the reader to the topic of the essay. EveryIntroduction must:1.2.3.PARTS OF A BODY PARAGRAPH
The purpose of any body paragraph is to provide details and examples to prove thethesis/argument. Every Body Paragraph must:1.2.3.PARTS OF A CONCLUSIONThe purpose of a conclusion is to wrap up and end your essay. You must restate yourthesis and explain what you proved and how you proved it. Every Conclusion must:1.2.3Today we will work on our DBQ Essay on the Age of Exploration. Let’s review the
ideas documents we found that identify 3 causes and 3 effects of Europeanexploration.CAUSES OF EXPLORATION EFFECTS OF EXPLORATION1. 1.2. 2.3. 3.OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to create a thesis statement and introduction for a
document based essay question.DIRECTIONS read the following historical context and task. After you read the task,answer the questions. Use complete sentences where necessary. We will do the first oneas a class and then there will be independent practice.BACKGROUD INFORMATION/HISTORICAL CONTEXT:The Age of Exploration (1400-1700) had a tremendous impact on the history of theworld. Before this, there had been no lasting contact between the New World (theAmericas) and the Old World (Europe, Africa, Asia). Beginning with the Portuguesein the mid-1400’s, European explorers went on voyages of discovery, in search ofriches and glory. The places and people that they came in contact with, as well as theexploring nations themselves, were forever changed.TASK:• Identify three causes of exploration• Identify three effectsBased on the Context and the Task answer the following questions:1. Write a complete sentence that states what the task is asking you to do.2. If this essay had TWO body paragraphs, what would be the main idea for eachbody paragraph?a. Body Paragraph 1: Main idea-b. Body Paragraph 2: Main idea-3. What are the components of an essay- meaning, what does every essay need tohave?
4. What types of documents will you try to find to help you write your essay? (thinkabout what questions you are trying to answer)5. Write a thesis statement for this essay. Be sure your thesis states exactly what youwill be proving and fully addresses the task.WRITING AN INTRODUCTION:Remember, every introduction needs:1. A topic sentence/hook that engages the reader and makes him or her interested2. background information on the topic3. a thesis statement (a statement explaining what will be proved)REMINDER!You should not start your essay (or any paragraph) by saying: “In this essay I will….” Or“This essay is about……” etc. Engage the reader! Start with a question or a statementthat makes the reader interested or states a fact. Do not say what you will be doing!DIRECTIONS: In the space below, write an introductory paragraph for your DBQessay. You will write an individual paragraph first, and then we will write a classparagraph together. 15 minutes.
DateDBQ BODY PARAGRAPHS OUTLINE: Age of ExplorationNow that we have written our introductions, we can begin to outline the rest of our essay.Remember that each paragraph should look like a hamburger:BUN = TOPIC SENTENCEMEAT, CHEESE, LETTUCE = SUPPORTING DETAILSBOTTOM BUM = CONCLUDING SENTENCETOPIC SENTENCE: Introduces the main idea of the paragraph, the topic that will bediscussed.SUPPORTING DETAILS: Provides evidence to prove the main idea that is beingdiscussed. Mention and explain specific things from the documents to prove the mainidea is true.CONCLUDING SENTENCE: Brings closure to the paragraph.DIRECTIONS: Complete the following outline for your body paragraphs. We will do thefirst one together and then you will do the rest on your own.BODY PARAGRAPH ONE: Causes of ExplorationMain Idea: ______________________________Detail: _________________________________Document evidence: _________________________________Detail: ________________________________Document evidence: ____________________________________Detail: _________________________________Document evidence: ____________________________________BODY PARAGRAPH TWO: Effect of Exploration
Main Idea: ___________________________________Detail: ______________________________________Document evidence:__________________________________Detail: ______________________________________Document evidence : _________________________________Detail: ______________________________________Document evidence: ___________________________________Now that we have written our introductions, and outlined our bodyparagraphs, we are almost ready to start writing our DBQ essays. BUT, it isimportant to remember that in our paragraphs we want all of our ideas anddetails to flow together. In order for our ideas and details to flow in ourparagraphs, we must use TRANSITIONS. Transitions link ideas so thatthey relate to one another. They provide comparison and contrast, and theystrengthen and weaken ideas.Here are some TRANSITIONS to help you link your ideas together in each paragraphand to help you move from one paragraph to another.Above Finally MoreoverAccording to First, Second… NeverthelessAfter For Example NextAlso For Instance ObviouslyAlthough Furthermore Of CourseAnother However SimilarlyBecause In Addition To SinceBeside(s) In Fact ThereforeClearly Last WhileConsequently Meanwhile Yet
NameDateOBJECTIVE: Students will be able to write a DBQ essay on Patriots and Loyalists inthe Revolution.DO NOW: Why should you use transitional words and phrases in your essays?DIRECTIONS: Use your DBQ outlines, packets etc to help you write an essay thatanswers the following question.• Identify 3 causes of exploration.• Identify 3 effects of exploration.NOTE: Before handing in your essay, make sure that it has the following: (checklist)___ Uses at least 5 documents___ Has an introduction, supporting paragraphs and a conclusion___ Each paragraph has a topic sentence___Uses transitional words to link ideas together___Uses transitional words to move from the ideas in one paragraph to the nextparagraph___Answers the questions fullyName
DIRECTIONS: Today you will be writing your DBQ Essay on Political Parties in theNew Nation. You may use the document packet and your outline to help you write youressay.ESSAY FORMAT(you may have more than 2 body paragraphs!)1. INTRODUCTIONa. Hook (sentence that engages the reader)b. Background information on topic (introduce the topic of the essay, givebackground on the topic so the reader knows a little about the topic)- youmay use parts of the historical context for this.c. Thesis Statement (statement of your argument, what you will prove inyour essay)2. BODY PARAGRAPH 1- Reasons why political parties formeda. Topic Sentence (sentence that introduces the main idea of the paragraph)b. Supporting Details (provide examples of causes or exploration/reasonswhy Europeans explored, and use specific documents as evidence to proveyour ideas)c. Concluding Sentence (restate, summarize what you proved)3. BODY PARAGRAPH 2- Problems caused by Political Partiesa. Topic Sentence (sentence that introduces the main idea of the paragraph)b. Supporting Details (provide examples of results./effects of Europeanexploration, and use specific documents as evidence to prove your ideas)c. Concluding Sentence (restate, summarize what you proved)4. CONCLUSIONa. Restate your thesisb. Summarize the arguments you made in your essay, summarize what youproved.c. Conclude/end essayNAME_______________________________ DATE________________
TASK:Using the documents in your packet, your answers to the questions in Part A,and your knowledge of social studies, write a well-developed essay that includes anINTRODUCTION, SUPPORTING BODY PARAGRAPHS, and a CONCLUSION inwhich you thoroughly address the following:• Discuss at least TWO economic differences between the North and the Southbefore the Civil War.• Discuss at least TWO political arguments that occurred between the North and theSouth before the Civil War.NOTE: your essay will be evaluated using the rubric below- be sure to use topicsentences and concluding sentences in each paragraph!________________________________________________________________________Point Value Points earnedEFFECTIVE USE OF DOCUMENTS 15 ___________(uses at least 5 documents) 3 pts for correct useof each documentACCURACY 10 ___________Includes accurate and correct information.Completes the Task accurately.DEPTH AND DETAIL 15____________All ideas are supported with facts from thedocuments or prior knowledgeKNOWLEDGE OF SOCIAL STUDIES 5____________Uses information beyond supplied documentsCLARITY/ORGANIZATION 10____________Clearly expresses and logically develops ideas ineach paragraphLANGUAGE MECHANICS 10____________Uses proper spelling, grammar, and styleCORRECT FORMAT 15____________Includes and introduction (hook, background info and thesis-5pts)
NAMECLASSDBQ: POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEW NATIONTASK:• Explain why political parties developed in the United States• Describe at least TWO problems caused by political parties in the early days ofthe United States.DBQ CHECK LIST: Before you hand in your DBQ Essay, make sure it has all ofthe following:____ Your name, class and date____ A heading/title____ Effectively uses at least 5 documents____ The introduction has a clear thesis statement that addresses both aspects of thetask and makes it clear what will be proved in the essay___ Each body paragraph has a topic sentence____ Each body paragraph has a concluding sentence____ Has an introduction and a conclusion____ Uses outside information/prior knowledge____ Explains reasons why political parties developed/formed in the U.S. and usesdocuments as evidence to prove ideas____ Explains at least two problems caused by political parties and uses documents
as evidence to prove these problems___ I have read through my essay to check for errors in spelling, grammar,punctuation, capitalization and verb-subject agreement___ Uses transition words to move from one idea to the next