This is a document based essay tool that I use with students. It actually can serve as a homework assignment, review, or just for general discussion or debate in class.
For one file It's a series of documents (Directions say 12 but I added a few extra) that give dialogue, literary excerpts, and pictures to serve as evidence. Students choose various documents as evidence in their argument.
I teach thematically. The question to analyze and examine here was, "Evaluate the positive and negative consequences of the Industrial Revolution."
Another document is a series of DBQ's to use for instruction. I played with these in order to make homework assignments, tests, powerpoints, etc.
The 3rd file is just a review. It's one sheet that I use to "wrap up" the ideas of the unit (positive negative consequences of the Industrial Revolution) I like it because it's specific and students can work independently or in groups.
All the work is done here. You just create assignments or exercises to support your needs.