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Post by Francis Fan on April 10, 2017

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Change & Continuity Over Time Essay Question Practice

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Materials Needed 0:21
  • Working With The CCOT 1:03
    • It is Historical Thinking Skills Intensive
    • Many Students Don’t' Understand the Work That Historians Did to Write the Narrative
    • Many Students Do Not Use Time to Plan Their Essays
  • What is the Benefit for You? 4:31
    • Goal is to Help You Beef Up Your Abilities in Historical Thinking Skills
    • 2014 AP World CCOT
  • The Rubric For The Essay 5:25
    • Valid Thesis
    • Addresses All Parts
    • Substantial Historical Evidence
    • Relevant World Historical Context
    • Analyzes Process Of Continuity
    • How Hard It Is To Do Each One
  • Parse the Essay Prompt 9:57
    • Analyze
    • Continuities and Changes
    • Participated in Interregional Trade
    • About 1500-1750
  • Use a Graphic Organizer to Plan the Essay 13:38
    • Continuities
    • Why Did That Happen
    • World Historical Context
    • Evidence
  • Beginning and End of the Period 15:57
    • Beginning and End
    • Evidence
  • Change Points 17:10
    • Time
    • Columbus is Key Here
    • Discovery of Large Silver Deposits
    • Demand for Sugar
    • Use of Plantation System
    • De La Casas
    • Economic Success
    • Trade Success
  • Continuities 22:45
    • European Powers Were Present
    • Native People Were Always on the Short End of the Stick
    • Latin America Produces Raw Materials and Europe Produce Finished Goods
  • Analysis 23:51
    • Because De La Casa's Plea Was Heard
    • Increase in Demand for Sugar
    • Profits Being Made Led to Competition
  • World Historical Context 25:28
    • World Trading System
    • Colonization
  • Evidence 27:21
    • Items of Trade
    • Triangular Trade
  • Next Session 28:46