How do you take good notes in AP World History?

How do you take good notes in AP World History?

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What do you need for a Dbq?

The dreaded DBQ, or “document-based question,” is an essay question type on the AP History exams (AP US History, AP European History, and AP World History). For the DBQ essay, you will be asked to analyze some historical issue or trend with the aid of the provided sources, or “documents,” as evidence.

What does it mean to evaluate in a Dbq?

Assess/Evaluate means to judge the value or character of something/one; evaluate the. positive-negative points; give an opinion; discuss advantages & disadvantages. Compare means to examine for the purpose of similarities and differences. Contrast means examine to show dissimilarities and differences.

What does it mean to evaluate the extent of something?

“Assessing the extent” means how well, or how much something occurs, especially compared to something else. You could think of the question as asking which thing is more important.

How do you write a defensible claim?

A claim must be arguable but stated as a fact. It must be debatable with inquiry and evidence; it is not a personal opinion or feeling. A claim defines your writing’s goals, direction, and scope. A good claim is specific and asserts a focused argument.

How do you contextualize example?

An example of contextualize is to keep feminist perspectives in mind when reading a novel written during the women’s civil rights movement.