AP World History Student Samples Aligned to the 2018 Rubrics Long Essay Question 1 Sample student responses to an AP World History long essay question, scored using the 2018 AP history rubric.
Includes scoring guidelines and commentary. In the summer of 2017, Paul served as the head DBQ grader for the redesign of the DBQ rubric. Paul is an expert in AP US History teaching and exam grading.
So now all you need to do is to download the sample prompts and essays. APUSH DBQ sample is from 2016 College Board AP U.
S. History Student Samples Aligned to the 2018 Rubrics Long Essay Question Sample student responses to an AP U.
S. History long essay question, scored using the 2018 AP history rubric. Includes scoring guidelines and commentary. When you're ready for the sample responses, here are the DBQ samples from 2015, samples from 2016, samples from 2017, and samples from 2018.
If you want to see additional sample sets, you can also look at older College Board US History DBQ example response sets, all the way back to 2003. Abraham Lincoln and the Struggle for Union and Emancipation (DBQ) President Abraham Lincoln was faced with a monumental challenge during his two terms as Commanderinchief of the United States: reuniting the shattered halves of the Union. Read through both the DBQ and long essay examples. APUSH DBQ Example# 3: Kaplan Test Prep Kaplan only provides one APUSH DBQ sample, but does go through the essay point by point, explaining how the author develops a wellsupported argument.
My APUSH teacher gives us DBQ's and essays to do pretty much every 4 or 5 days. This is a sample DBQ essay that I wrote in response to one of his prompts. Essay Question Rubrics The rubrics for the AP History DocumentBased Question (DBQ) and Long Essay Question (LEQ) have been modified for the school year, using feedback received from AP specific historical examples of evidence relevant to the topic of the prompt.
DBQ Example Essay Sample. AP US History Mrs. Norris 6th hour Sample DBQ Response to demonstrate document integration Prompt The 1920s were a period of tension between new and changing attitudes on the one hand and traditional values and nostalgia on the other.