HYBRID-READY World History DBQs Use Primary Sources to Draw Student Connections to the Here and Now—DOWNLOAD TODAY!
Delve into World 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.
HYBRID LEARNING Book Download includes a complete teacher edition PDF and editable PDF student pages. Printable and projectable, hybrid 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
- Transitioning from Hunter-Gatherer Societies to Classic Civilization
- The Development of States and Empires
- World Religions: Origins and Influence on the World
- Setting the Stage: How Does Geography Influence Destiny?
- The Christian West Versus the Muslim East
- Medieval Europe and Byzantium
- The East Asian World
- The Renaissance
- The Age of Exploration
- The Reformation
- The Scientific Revolution
- The Age of Enlightenment
- The Age of Revolution
- The Industrial Revolution
Download the free sample chapter located in "Additional Info."
©2019. High school. Reproducible. 151 pages.
Hybrid Learning Book Download: PDFs.
Print Book: Spiral-bound. 8.5 x 11 inches. The print book does NOT include hybrid learning PDFs.
About the Author
Nickole Loman is a native of the West Michigan area. She grew up in Belding, Michigan—a small farm town, 30 minutes from Grand Rapids. As a matter of fact, she still spends a lot of time there, now as a high school teacher. Her current teaching course load includes U.S. History, SAT Prep, English 10, Drama, English 12, and Literature in Film. She loves motivating students to push themselves harder by allowing them to challenge her to complete dare incentives tied to review games. Some examples include wearing a Teletubby suit, eating a ghost pepper, swallowing a raw egg, serenading the lunchroom, completing an interpretive dance to her favorite Backstreet Boys song, etc. In addition to classroom responsibilities, she is the theater director for the Belding High School Drama Club. Working with her drama family, she directs an annual fall play and spring musical. Nickole enjoys writing and created the Teacher's Discovery® DBQ book series. Outside of her career, her interests include an addiction to candles, singing loudly in the car, reading fantasy books, chasing after her dogs, and devouring chocolate.