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Writing The LEQ

Large Essay Question Tutorial
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ERIC ADZIMA

on 23 January 2015

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Transcript of Writing The LEQ

Historical Introduction
Thesis =
1 pt.
Providing Evidence =
2 pts.
Synthesis =
1 pt.

Historical Thinking =
2 pts.
Historical Thinking =
2 pts.
Start the introductory paragraph with the
historical context.
Begin with historical events that logically lead into the subject.
Include
2-3
pieces of SFI.
End the paragraph with a thesis.
Synthesis is often emphasized in the
conclusion paragraph.
Synthesize arguments, SFI,
AND
analysis into a sophisticated essay.
Defends, Modifies, or Refutes (DMR) the thesis and arguments. =
1 pt.
OR
Creates additional categories of analysis. =
1 pt.
OR
Connects arguments to other eras or geographic areas. =
1 pt.
A thesis should always:
Address all parts of the question.
Take a position.
Create an organization for the essay. (
CATS
)

Before moving on to the first body paragraph,
re-read the question
.
Do you understand all parts of the question?
Support all arguments with specific factual information (SFI)
AND
explicitly
explain
the links between them.
Continuity AND Change Over Time
- analyze specific examples of C-COT.
OR
Comparisons
- analyze similarities and differences
AND
evaluates their relative significance.
OR
Causation
- describe the causes of events
AND
analyze specific examples.
OR
Periodization
- analyze historical developments AND apply them to other eras.
Top Score: 6

Focus on the Big 4:
- Continuity/Change
- Comparisons
- Causation
- Periodization
Writing The LEQ
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