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APUSH

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Geraldine Sagasta

on 10 August 2018

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Transcript of APUSH

Turn in your work
Get out your SAQ practice from yesterday

1 person from each group...
Grab the book "Documenting United States History" from the front shelf
Read document 1.7 pg. 13
A. Briefly describe the point of view of De Las Casas.
Reading Quiz
C. What can you infer about the ways that the Spanish perceived themselves in relation to the Native Americans?
APUSH
Get a Reading Quiz
Reading Quiz
Analyze how North American tribes were viewed by Europeans?
Read document 1.8 pg. 14
B. Briefly describe the point of view of De Sepulveda.
Have an answer...think about it
Write on the top half of your paper...everything you know about this answer
Christopher Columbus is a murderous villain.
Support, modify, or refute this statement
Think about the history and context of your answer. When, where, what is going on...
Write a context paragraph that introduces your answer. It should be about 4-5 sentences long.
Christopher Columbus is a murderous villain.
Support, modify, or refute this statement
Thesis: Answer to the question
Although

Y
,
X

due to

A
,
B
,
C
.
This will be last sentence of your intro (context) paragraph
Get out a piece of paper
Write the prompt
Break down what it is asking you
Christopher Columbus is a murderous villain.
Support, modify, or refute this statement
Analyze the evidence that support claims historians made about Columbus' character.
What had happened?
Columbus:
Hero or Villain?
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