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Post by Ron Schooler on February 1 at 05:52:49 PM

The DBQ document needed is located on the College Board's AP webpages.
Here is the link:

This document includes the other essays as well as the DBQ.

Period V: Indentured Servitude, Part I

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Materials Needed 0:21
  • Working With The DBQ 1:53
    • Beef Up Ability
    • Thinking Skills
  • Reviewing The Process 3:16
    • Parse The Essay Prompt
    • Read Historical Background
    • List Things That Prompt Asks
    • Make A Row On The Chart For Each Document
    • POV
    • Discover What Documents Answer The Prompt
    • Grouping
  • Ok, Let's Get Started 8:19
    • Parse The Prompt
    • Verb
    • Object
    • Modifiers
    • Analyze
    • Beneath The Surface-Parts-Why
    • Object: Main Features
    • Aspects: Causes And Consequences
  • 2003 DBQ Grid 11:32
  • The Next Step-Parse The Documents 11:50
    • Paraphrase, Don’t Quote
    • Use Every Document
    • Points Of View
    • Possible Slants Of The Authors
    • Three Groups
    • Missing Document
  • Read The Documents As A Detective 16:39
    • POV On Each Document
    • Seek Additional Document
    • Look For Connections
    • Main Points
    • Thesis Must Address All Parts
  • Document 1 19:26
    • Source- Hermon Merivale
    • Analyze- Military
    • Cause-End Of Slavery
    • POV-Understate Voluntary Part Of The Servitude
    • Other- Indentured Servant
    • Consequences- Effort Is Required
  • Document 2 30:02
    • Source- Editorial In A South African Newspaper
    • POV- Editor Maybe Reacting To The Presence Of The Colonial Governor
    • Other- Town Councilman
    • Main Feature: Growing Sugar Needs A Lot Of Labor
    • Causes- Labor Needed, Slavery Ended
    • Consequences- Strife With Native Population
  • Document 3 37:06
    • Map
    • Main Feature- Workers Come From India, China, Japan
    • Causes-Islands Were Successful In Growing Sugar
    • Consequences-Large Number Of Indian, Chinese, Japanese People
    • POV-Someone Made It For Purpose
  • Reviewing The Process So Far 43:13
  • The Rest Of The Documents 45:06