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Change & Continuity Over Time Essay Question Practice, Part II

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  1. Intro
    • The Rubric For The Essay
    • Parse The Essay Prompt-ATDQ
    • Getting The Thesis Point
    • Using Our Graphic Organizer
    • Beginning, Change Points, End
    • Continuities
    • Getting The Thesis Point
    • Caveat On The Thesis
    • Double-Dipping
    • Essay Structure
    • Possible Body Organization Ideas
    • The First Paragraph- Roadmap
    • Remember What It Is About
    • Beginning, Change Points, End
    • The Body Paragraphs Must Have
    • First Body Paragraph
    • Second Body Paragraph
    • Third Body Paragraph
    • Concluding Paragraph
    • How To Get More Points On Your Essay
    • Intro 0:00
    • The Rubric For The Essay 0:26
      • Valid Thesis
      • Addressing All Parts Of Question
      • Using Evidence
      • Relevant World Historical Context
      • Analyzes Process Of Continuity
    • Parse The Essay Prompt-ATDQ 1:25
      • Understanding
      • Continuity And Changes
      • Caribbean And Latin America Participated
      • Interregional Trade
    • Getting The Thesis Point 3:08
      • Continuities, Change Points, Beginning Date And Situation, Ending Situation, Ending Date
    • Using Our Graphic Organizer 5:31
      • Beginning, End, Change Points, Continuity
    • Beginning, Change Points, End 5:54
      • In Regard To Trade
    • Continuities 6:25
      • Raw Materials
      • Sell Finished Goods
    • Getting The Thesis Point 6:58
      • Continuities: European Powers, Oppressed Native Peoples
      • Period: 1500-1750
      • Change: Little Or No Interregional Trade To Multiregional Trading
    • Caveat On The Thesis 8:09
      • Cannot Count For Any Other Points
      • Restate Thesis In Concluding Paragraph
      • Not True For Rubric
    • Double-Dipping 9:13
      • The Magic Sentence
      • The Reason Why….
      • 1 Point Analysis
      • Evidence Points
      • World Historical Context
    • Essay Structure 11:50
      • Thesis
      • Roadmap
      • First Argument
      • Second Argument
      • Third Argument
      • Concluding Paragraph
    • Possible Body Organization Ideas 13:34
      • Continuities
      • Major Changes
    • The First Paragraph- Roadmap 14:11
      • Influx Of Europeans Opened Up Interregional Trade
    • Remember What It Is About 15:14
      • Trade
    • Beginning, Change Points, End 16:09
      • De la Casas
    • The Body Paragraphs Must Have 16:44
      • Topic Sentences
      • Evidence Sentences
    • First Body Paragraph 17:38
      • Evidence Sentence: Silver Mines In Peru And Mexico
      • World Historical Context
      • Analysis Sentence
    • Second Body Paragraph 20:33
      • Topic Sentence: Sugar-Sweet Tooth
      • Evidence Sentence: Plantations
      • Analysis Sentence: Ratio Ideology Justify African Slavery
    • Third Body Paragraph 22:09
      • Topic Sentence: Indigenous Forced Labor Difficult To Maintain
      • Evidence Sentence Sentences: De La Casa
      • Analysis Sentence: Topic Sentence Contains
    • Concluding Paragraph 23:35
      • Restate Thesis In Creative Way
      • Write Something Important You forgot
      • Attach General Meaning From World History
    • How To Get More Points On Your Essay 26:31
      • Parse The Prompt
      • Plan
      • Practice