WGU Task 3

WGU Task 3
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  • Biggest problems in writing for social studies is identifying a question. People fail essays because they answer the wrong question. This is the process on how to appropriately break down a question.
  • HOW TO DBQ: Breaking down a question.
  • Break down the question: 1. What is the Verb? (What is it asking us to do?) Analyze the responses to the spread of Buddhism up to 800 CE.
  • Discussion about what analyze means.
  • Break down the question: 2. What is the subject? Analyze the responses to the spread of Buddhism up to 800 CE.
  • Explain that responses are not "how" it spread, but how people reacted to its spread.
  • Break down the question: 3. Are there any constraints? (Time frame, subject, people, etc.) Analyze the responses to the spread of Buddhism up to 800 CE.
  • Cannot provide facts that happen after this date. Sometimes it will have a time window, but not applicable here.
  • Process can be applied to any question. Essentials that not included: knowverbs, content, and chronology. Can impact answers.
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