The document-based question examines the roles and status of women in Europe during the Medieval period. What were women’s rights during Middle Ages in Europe? What were women’s lives like during this historic period in Europe? Through primary and secondary sources, students will be able to discuss, explain, analyze, and evaluate the varying roles and status of women, through examining of social, economic, political, and intellectual status. Students will also be able to challenge previously-held conceptions of women during this historical period.
It follows the format of the New York State social studies testing requirements for writing DBQs. The DBQ packet has 8 pages total, 5 pages are questions stemming from 8 primary or secondary source documents (one from Canterbury Tales) including 2 images. Each document is followed by at least one constructed response question and a summary essay question using the documents wraps up the DBQ.
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) can be used in many ways from standardized test prep and review to a substitute teacher lesson.
I’ve left the DBQ as a Word Document so that you can add more space for writing answers as needed.
This DBQ addresses the Common Core State Standards. It has been updated with a page outlining the English Language Arts/History/Social Studies grades 9-10 as outline at http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/RH/9-10
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