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    1. 1. DBQ Writing SamplesThe Good, the Work in Progress, and the Ugly
    2. 2. How to Use Quotes Effectively
    3. 3. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 1: Set up your quote. Give some background information about your idea or the origin of the quote.
    4. 4. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 1: Set up your quote. Give some background information about your idea or the origin of the quote. Example:
    5. 5. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 1: Set up your quote. Give some background information about your idea or the origin of the quote. Example: Under their leader Hammurabi, the ancient Mesopotamians created a code of laws that could be passed down from generation to generation. This set of laws was known as Hammurabi’s Code.
    6. 6. How to Use Quotes Effectively
    7. 7. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 2: Select the quote that best supports the idea you are explaining. Use a transition phrase or statement and be sure to cite your source at the end of the quote.
    8. 8. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 2: Select the quote that best supports the idea you are explaining. Use a transition phrase or statement and be sure to cite your source at the end of the quote. Example:
    9. 9. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 2: Select the quote that best supports the idea you are explaining. Use a transition phrase or statement and be sure to cite your source at the end of the quote. Example: According to Document 2, “It is important because it created a set of rules that helped to govern a civilization while trying to protect people”(Document 2)
    10. 10. How to Use Quotes Effectively
    11. 11. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 3: After you have inserted your quote you need to explain to the reader how the selected text illustrates your point.
    12. 12. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 3: After you have inserted your quote you need to explain to the reader how the selected text illustrates your point. Example:
    13. 13. How to Use Quotes Effectively Step 3: After you have inserted your quote you need to explain to the reader how the selected text illustrates your point. Example: In order for a society to function its people need to feel safe and protected. Like the Mesopotamians, we have a written document called the Bill of Rights that outlines the rights and protections for people today.
    14. 14. How to Use Quotes Effectively
    15. 15. How to Use Quotes Effectively Putting It All Together
    16. 16. How to Use Quotes Effectively Putting It All Together Under their leader Hammurabi, the ancient Mesopotamians created a code of laws that could be passed down from generation to generation. This set of laws was known as Hammurabi’s Code. According to Document 2, “It is important because it created a set of rules that helped to govern a civilization while trying to protect people”(Document 2) In order for a society to function its people need to feel safe and protected. Like the Mesopotamians, we have a written document called the Bill of Rights that outlines the rights and protections for people today.
    17. 17. Group Activity:Directions: Look at the examples below. Discuss with yourpartners how you could change each one to make thembetter.
    18. 18. Group Activity:Directions: Look at the examples below. Discuss with yourpartners how you could change each one to make thembetter. Both of the codes of laws were deep and intellectual. “Sumerians invented this writing system to keep track of business dealings (Document 1).” The writing style made it easier for trade and development of civilization to take place, because everything could be recorded. If the river valley civilizations hadn’t invented what they did, we would not have the bits and pieces that connect to make our society what it is. “Cuneiform was written on tables and then baked hard in a kiln (Documnent 1).” We can thank the Egyptians for creating the first type of paper out of Papyrus. In the three river valley civilizations communication was a big deal.
    19. 19. Please read your writing before submitting it!
    20. 20. Please read your writing before submitting it!Silk Roads. Transportation road. If there were no roads then the world bevery hard to go anywhere.
    21. 21. Please read your writing before submitting it!Silk Roads. Transportation road. If there were no roads then the world bevery hard to go anywhere.Mesopotamia’s contribute in development has some very ground breakinginventions.
    22. 22. Please read your writing before submitting it!Silk Roads. Transportation road. If there were no roads then the world bevery hard to go anywhere.Mesopotamia’s contribute in development has some very ground breakinginventions.From one person’s head to thousands of years later and still a stonemonument standing today, we can make great discoveries that will lastforever.
    23. 23. Please read your writing before submitting it!Silk Roads. Transportation road. If there were no roads then the world bevery hard to go anywhere.Mesopotamia’s contribute in development has some very ground breakinginventions.From one person’s head to thousands of years later and still a stonemonument standing today, we can make great discoveries that will lastforever.This is important because early civilization thought that it was important tocommunicate, instead of our day communication where we don’t use thecuneiform and or the hieroglyphics we just use our technology that we haveto communicate with people.
    24. 24. Please read your writing before submitting it!Silk Roads. Transportation road. If there were no roads then the world bevery hard to go anywhere.Mesopotamia’s contribute in development has some very ground breakinginventions.From one person’s head to thousands of years later and still a stonemonument standing today, we can make great discoveries that will lastforever.This is important because early civilization thought that it was important tocommunicate, instead of our day communication where we don’t use thecuneiform and or the hieroglyphics we just use our technology that we haveto communicate with people.Another great invention was by the Egyptian civilization, these greatmonuments held tombs for dead kings inside them, the amazing triangularthing is called, a pyramid.

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