Step 2: How does that historical evidence advance your argument? The discussion needs more elaboration as to what the individual rights and Enlightened principles were and how they were a fundamental force causing the revolution.
Why is the source important? Reader Tip: Use 7 documents. Contextualization Example Example Prompt: Evaluate the relative importance of different factors that caused the movement for American Independence between and Though both sides benefited to some degree, the colonists beginning in the early 18th century, began to skirt the very laws that England had emplaced to control this trade.
Thesis 3: The student correctly identifies the underlying forces for the revolution as economic discrimination against the colonists and violations of enlightenment principles by the Crown. You must present the evidence and use it to advance your argument to get the Outside Evidence point.
Three things to know about Outside Evidence: 1 It must fall within the time period of the prompt. The key to getting the point is to use your outside evidence to advance your argument.
Outside Evidence 2: In this paragraph, the student received the point for its clear and extensive discussion of taxation issues. To be clear: Contextualization is not background information. There are two points with Document Use: 1st Point Uses the content of at least three documents to address the topic of the prompt.
What is the document talking about?