Analyzing Historical Evidence: Secondary Sources
Describe the claim or argument of a secondary source, as well as the evidence used.
Describe a pattern or trend in quantitative data in non—text-based sources.
Explain how a historian’s claim or argument is supported with evidence. Explain how a historian’s context inﬂuences the claim or argument.
Analyze patterns and trends in quantitative data in non—text-based sources.
Evaluate the effectiveness of a historical claim or argument.
|Where you prove that you can do this on the exam||The DBQ, Short Answer, and Multiple Choice|
How we do this...
Socratic Seminar...this is why we read Zinn and Schweikart in APUSH and discuss the history of the history of the crusades in AP World