How to Write a DBQ (Document Based Question) for APUSH, AP World, & AP Euro
More from Heimler's History:Get the AP History Essay CRAM Course: https://bit.ly/37b5UJ3ULTIMATE REVIEW PACKETS:+APUSH: https://bit.ly/31VBsiO+AP World History: https://bit.ly/3jUk84FDownload the Rubric here: https://bit.ly/3lIfsz2In this video Heimler teaches you how to write a DBQ or Document Based Question. You'll see how to get each point (thesis, contextualization, evidence, sourcing, and complexity) along with examples to help you grasp how each point is awarded. The DBQ requires you to leverage evidence in service of an argument, and to do so with documents. So the main thing you have to get down is how to use evidence to argue a thesis. Heimler will show you a paragraph structure that will help you get full points on this. If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments below and Heimler shall answer forthwithly.