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Post by Ron Schooler on February 1 at 05:03:02 PM

Sohan, you ask a great question. What makes us think that this Chinese writer is giving us the true situation? I think it is the tone of the document. He seems straightforward and not judgmental therefore we can accept that he is describing what happened. So I think you are correct.

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Post by Sohan Mugi on January 9 at 11:48:51 AM

Hello Professor Schooler. I just had a question about Document 5 in this DBQ lesson. Is it possible that I could say for the point of view(POV) that "Chinese writer seems to be more objective rather than being biased/having an opinion, which could possibly mean it is accurate."? Thank you.

Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450- C. 1750, Part III

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  • Intro 0:00
  • 1450-1750 Key Concepts 0:20
    • Globalizing Networks Of Communication And Exchange
    • New Forms Of Social Organization And Modes Of Production
    • State Consolidation And Imperial Expansion
  • Mastering The Document Based Question 1:27
    • Involves World History Themes
    • Silver Trade From Americas By Spanish
  • What Do We Do With Each Document 2:30
    • Evaluate The Source For Point Of View
    • Chronology
    • Paraphrase, Don't Quote
    • Summarize The Document
    • Make Notations
  • Let's Do This With Document III 6:37
    • Source: Chinese Court Official In A Report To The Emperor
    • Brave To Make A Criticism Of The Government
    • Economic Problems
    • Social
  • Planning Graphic Organizer 13:16
    • Farmers Are Suffering
    • Lower Crop Production
    • Lack Of Distribution
    • Inflation Hurt the Ordinary Citizen
  • Let's Do This With Document IV 15:11
    • Source: British Merchant Who Traveled To East Indies
    • POV-British Jealous
    • Might Tend To Exaggerate
    • Social- Not Much
    • Economic- Portuguese Doing Well
  • Planning Graphic Organizer 19:14
    • Portuguese Doing Well (Economic Effect)
  • Let's Do This With Document V 20:06
    • Source: Chinese Writer
    • POV- Seems To Be Objective
    • Economic- Money System Using Silver
    • Social- Farmers Are Hurt Financially
  • Planning Graphic Organizer 25:24
  • Mastering The DBQ 25:53