FLEXIBLE U.S. History DBQs Use Primary Sources to Draw Student Connections to the Here and Now—DOWNLOAD TODAY!
Delve into U.S. History primary source analysis like never before with Document-Based Question Activities. In each of the 14 chronological DBQs, students analyze pivotal eras of history to make valuable connections.
Digital Book Download includes a complete teacher edition PDF and editable PDF student pages. Printable and projectable, digital DBQs are perfect for seamless teaching in class, at home, or any combination.
- Student DBQ activities are separated into individual and interactive PDF files your students can type directly into. They simply type their responses, save, and send it back to you!
- A teacher answer key for each DBQ is grouped with the corresponding sample student essay position for easy access!
- Activities are designed to work with any LMS, including Google Classroom, Canvas, and Schoology.
Assess student progress, practice document analysis, prepare for testing, strengthen historical thinking skills, and more with:
- Instructions and tips to improve student scores
- Ready-to-go reproducible primary source documents and analysis questions
- Essay question prompts with sample positions and a scoring rubric
- C3 and Common Core national standards alignment
- The Great European Migration
- The Colonies Take Off!
- Prelude to Revolution
- The American Revolution
- Challenges of a New Nation
- The Constitution
- His Majesty George Washington?
- Jefferson Buys 530 Million Acres
- Growing Pains
- When Smokestacks Were Beautiful
- The Race Wars Continue
- America at a Crossroads
- The Tragic Prelude to War
- Brother Against Brother
Download the free sample chapter located in "Additional Info."
©2019. High school. Reproducible. 135 pages.
Digital Book Download: PDFs.
Print Book: Spiral-bound. 8.5 x 11 inches. The print book does NOT include digital PDFs.
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Nickole Loman is currently a seventh-grade social studies teacher in Hendersonville, TN. She adores working with middle school students due to their positive energy and willingness to push themselves to the next level. She has enhanced student motivation with a daily infusion of music, cooperative learning, theatrical performances, lively discussion, and team-building games. Outside of her profession, she enjoys spending time with her pets, reading books, watching historical-fiction television series, listening to 80s and 90s pop music, and constructing social studies lessons. She is especially grateful for her opportunity to work with Teacher’s Discovery, in which she feels a sense of accomplishment by helping other teachers.