1993 NEW FORMAT Euro DBQ - Renaissance Education.pdf - REPURPOSED AP EUROPEAN HISTORY DBQ AP\u00ae European History Practice Exam NOTE This is an old format

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Original DBQ Copyright © 1993 College Board All rights reserved. REPRODUCED FOR INSTRUCTIONAL USE ONLY GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. REPURPOSED AP EUROPEAN HISTORY DBQ AP ® European History Practice Exam NOTE: This is an old format DBQ from 1993 reformatted in an effort to conform to the new DBQ format. The prompt has been modified slightly to fit with the new format. Some documents have been removed (the former Documents 2, 5, 6, 9, 12, & 13) so that there are only seven documents. Remaining documents have been re-numbered to reflect the changes.
Original DBQ Copyright © 1993 College Board All rights reserved. REPRODUCED FOR INSTRUCTIONAL USE ONLY GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. EUROPEAN HISTORY SECTION II Total Time 1 hour, 30 minutes Question 1 (Document-Based Question) Suggested Reading period: 15 minutes Suggested writing time: 40 minutes Directions: Question 1 is based on the accompanying documents. The documents have been edited for the purpose of this exercise. You are advised to spend 15 minutes reading and planning and 40 minutes writing your answer. Write your responses on the lined pages that follow the question. In your response you should do the following: State a relevant thesis that directly addresses all parts of the question. Support the thesis or a relevant argument with evidence from all, or all but one, of the documents, explicitly illustrating relationships among the documents. Incorporate analysis of at least four of the documents into your argument. Focus your analysis of each document on at least one of the following: intended audience, purpose, historical context, and/or point of view. Support your argument with analysis of historical examples outside the documents Connect historical phenomena relevant to your argument to broader events or processes. Synthesize the elements above into a persuasive essay that extends your argument, connects it to a different historical context, or accounts for contradictory evidence on the topic.

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