DBQ Lessons & Activities: U.S. Founding Documents
Students read, observe, and analyze primary and secondary sources to answer document-based questions (DBQ) that range from identifying cause and effect, predicting possible outcomes, explaining point-of-view, summarizing main ideas, defining vocabulary from textual clues, and much more!
DBQs (Document-Based Questions) integrate literacy, standards-based content, and critical-thinking.
The U.S. Founding Documents: The Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights includes:
- Literacy DBQs students read, analyze, and write.
- Rigorous DBQs challenge students to use critical-thinking, reasoning, and problem-solving skills.
- DBQs connect reading and analysis to purposeful writing supported by evidence.
The U.S. Founding Documents: The Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights has higher-order thinking questioning techniques to help students build inquiry skills! Students learn to support their conclusions with evidenceóan essential 21st Century skill.
The U.S. Founding Documents: The Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights include:
- Text, Data, & Primary Source Analysis
- Charts & Graphs
- Cause & Effect
- Point of View ï Categorization
- Order of Events
- Predict Possible Outcomes
- & Lots More!
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