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Copy of Fall of Rome DBQ
Transcript of Copy of Fall of Rome DBQ
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Read the background essay as a group and answer the 5 questions individually on your paper. Understanding the Question You will be working collaboratively with your group but you will need a few pieces of paper to record all of your answers individually for a grade. (38 questions total.) Before going any further, practice pre-writing by analyzing the question. Record your answers to the following 3 questions on your paper and copy the bucket diagram to help you organize the categories. Analyzing the documents Now that you have analyzed the question you are prepared to begin collecting evidence by analyzing the following documents. Read and analyze each document with your group and individually record your answers to the questions posed on your paper. Examine the "Document Analysis" to help you analyze each document. It's time to write Use the following documents to help you plan and outline your essay. Be ready to share out your groups bucket catagories with the class. You have 3 minutes. Use your outline, your buckets, and the example essays provided to craft your research into an essay that answers the question: What were the primary reasons for the "Fall" of Rome? Share out.