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US HISTORY - DBA STUDY GUIDE SEGMENT 1 – MODS 1-4 & SEGMENT 2 – MODS 5-8 Hello Amazing US History Students, We are so happy that you are taking this course with us at FLVS! One of the assignments that I find my students get stressed over are the Discussion Based Assessments. Guess what? There is no need to fear… it’s all about having a system. So, here it is! My students who use this system not only blow the DBAs away with “A”s…but then they have an arsenal of awesome notes when it comes time for module exams, finals…AND the EOC exam. You can’t lose. So, here is what you need to do: 1. Print this guide 2. Take notes …each Module is laid out for you with the topics to be discussed on the DBAs. If you see a topic and you know you cannot answer a question, that means you need to go back into the lesson and take notes! 3. Review the notes you have taken before you schedule your DBA with your teacher. 4. After the DBA, freshen up on topics you may have missed so you are ready for the Module exam. 5. Keep notes in a binder so you have them for your final and EOC.
If you have any questions, call your instructor! We are here to help you learn. NOW ROCK THOSE DBAs!! 01.08 Review: Assignment 1. Prepare for your Discussion-based Assessment and Module One Exam by completing the module review. 2. Arrange to complete the Discussion-based Assessment with your instructor. 3. View the rubric . Then submit the date you spoke with your instructor For this assignment, you will need to schedule a phone call with your instructor to review your work in the completed module. You should be prepared to discuss the content you've learned and the assignments you've completed. This is also a good time for you to ask your instructor any questions you might have about the course. Possible topics for discussion include: economic, political, and/or social causes of the Civil War economic, political, and/or social consequences of the Civil War Radical Republicans and their impact on Reconstruction the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the Constitution Jim Crow laws and how they affected Southern minorities the relationship between the government, Native Americans, and American citizens how the American West was settled You will receive a grade based on the following: 1. How well you know the information that was presented in the module 2. How well you communicate your thoughts and ideas Please arrange a time for the call that will allow you to discuss the topics presented by the instructor without interruptions.
02.09 Review: Assignment 1. Prepare for your Discussion-based Assessment and Module One Exam by completing the

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