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The Continuity And

Change Over Time Essay

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Continuity/Change Over Time Essay

Has Acceptable Thesis

Addresses All Parts Of The Question

Has Relevant Historical Context

Possesses Historical Evidence

Analyzes Change

And/Or

Continuity

Slide3

Continuity/Change Over Time Essay

Has Acceptable Thesis

Addresses All Parts Of The Question

Has Relevant Historical Context

Possesses Historical

Evidence

Analyzes Change

And/Or

Continuity

Slide4

Continuity/Change Over Time Essay

Has Acceptable Thesis

Addresses All Parts Of The Question

Has Relevant Historical Context

Possesses Historical

Evidence

Analyzes Change

And/Or

Continuity

Slide5

Continuity/Change Over Time Essay

Has Acceptable Thesis

Addresses All Parts Of The Question

Has Relevant

Historical Context

Possesses Historical

Evidence

Analyzes Change

And/Or

Continuity

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Continuity/Change Over Time Essay

Has Acceptable Thesis

Addresses All Parts Of The Question

Has Relevant Historical Context

Possesses

Historical Evidence

Analyzes Change

And/Or

Continuity

Slide7

Continuity/Change Over Time Essay

Has Acceptable Thesis

Addresses All Parts Of The Question

Has Relevant Historical Context

Possesses Historical Context

Analyzes Change

And/Or

Continuity

Slide8

GENERIC C/COT QUESTION

How have you changed and not changed between the ages of 5 and 15?

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The Method To Avoid

Introduction“Snapshot” of Age 5“Snapshot” of Age 15Explanation For Changes and ContinuitiesConclusion

Age 5___________________________________________Age 15

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A Better Method

IntroductionPhysical ChangesChanges In FamilyPersonality ContinuitiesConclusion

Age 5___________________________________________Age 15

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A Sophisticated Method(Be Careful Experimenting With This If You Haven’t Already Practiced It.)

IntroductionPhysical Changes And ContinuitiesFamily Changes and ContinuitiesPersonality Changes And ContinuitiesConclusion

Age 5___________________________________________Age 15

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How Did Migrations From Afro-Eurasia To The Americas Change And Not Change Between 1492 and 1914?

Understand The Question

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How Did Migrations From Afro-Eurasia To The Americas Change And Not Change Between 1492 and 1914?

Understand The Question

Brainstorm What We Know

Slide14

Brainstorming

Escape Persecution

Indentured Servants

Mercantilism

God, Gold, Glory

Peninsulares

Over-Population

Forced Migration

Melting Pot

Males In Beginning

Push/Pull Factors

Escape Famine

Ethnic Cleansing

Brain Drain

End Of Middle Passage

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How Did Migrations From Afro-Eurasia To The Americas Change And Not Change Between 1492 and 1914?

Understand The Question

Brainstorm What We Know

Organize By Filtering

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Filtering

Escape Persecution

Indentured Servants

Mercantilism

God, Gold, Glory

Peninsulares

Over-Population

Forced Migration

Males In Beginning

Push/Pull Factors

Escape Famine

End Of Middle Passage

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Organizing

Europeans To North AmericaEuropeans To South AmericaSlaves To North AmericaSlaves To South AmericaAsians To The Americas

Push/PullFactors

MotivationsEconomicSocialPolitical

How Did Migrations From Afro-Eurasia To The Americas Change And Not Change Between 1492And 1914?

Changes

Continuities

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Organizing

Escape PersecutionIndentured ServantsMercantilismGod, Gold, GloryPeninsularesOver-PopulationForced MigrationMales In BeginningEscape FamineEthnic Cleansing

How Did Migrations From Afro-Eurasia To The Americas Change And Not Change Between 1492And 1914?

Changes

Continuities

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Organizing

EarlyMalesExploit AddictionsLand Of OpportunityJob OpportunitiesAristocracy And Soldiers Of FortuneInvoluntary MigrationEscape PersecutionColonization

Later

Families

Mercantilism

Lower/Middle Classes

Job Opportunities

Industrialization

Land Of Opportunity

Globalization

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Organizing

ChangesPeople Who MigratedMotivation For MigrationColonization To Industrialization

Continuity

Land Of Opportunity

Jobs

Perception Of Population Explosion

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Potential Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492and 1914?

THESIS CHECKLIST

Timeframe

Migrations

Regions

Change

Continuity

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This Is An Inadequate Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492and 1914?

“Between 1492 and 1914, the reasonswhy migrants came to the Americaschanged over time but many frequentlyleft because they were looking for a land of opportunity.”

THESIS CHECKLIST

Timeframe

Migrations

Regions

Change

Continuity

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This Is An Adequate Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492and 1914?

“Migrations from Afro-Eurasia to theAmericas changed in terms of the reasons why they left their homelandbetween 1492 and 1914 but throughoutthe timeframe the migrants filled a needto reduce a labor shortage.

THESIS CHECKLIST

Timeframe

Migrations

Regions

Change

Continuity

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A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia To the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

THESIS CHECKLIST

Timeframe

Migrations

Regions

Change

Continuity

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A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia change and not change between 1492and 1914?

Action WordsTransformedEvolvedLaterEventuallyGraduallyAlteredSlowlyThroughoutConsistentlyHowever

THESIS CHECKLIST

Timeframe

Migrations

Regions

Change

Continuity

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A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

Thesis ChecklistTimeframeMigrationsRegionsChangeContinuity

Between 1492 and 1914,

the

Atlantic world was a busy

thoroughfare as Afro-Eurasians

uprooted their homes and either

voluntarily or involuntarily

migrated to the Americas. Slowly, these

migrations saw many changes as the

New World evolved from a colonial

target and a player in the game of

mercantilism to a contributor to global

industrialization. However, throughout

these changes, people from the Old

World were consistently pushed out of

their homeland by the perception of a

population explosion and pulled to

North and South America because of

job opportunities.

Slide27

A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

Thesis ChecklistTimeframeMigrationsRegionsChangeContinuity

Between 1492 and 1914,the Atlantic world was a busy thoroughfare as Afro-Eurasians uprooted their homes and eithervoluntarily or involuntarily migrated to the Americas. Slowly, these migrations saw many changes as the New World evolved from a colonial target and a player in the game of mercantilism to a contributor to global industrialization. However, throughout these changes, people from the Old World were consistently pushed out of their homeland by the perception of a population explosion and pulled to North and South America because of job opportunities.

Action

Words

Slide28

A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

Thesis ChecklistTimeframeMigrationsRegionsChangeContinuity

Between

1492 and 1914

,

t

he

A

tlantic world was a busy

t

horoughfare as Afro-

E

urasians

u

prooted their homes and either

v

oluntarily or involuntarily

m

igrated to the

A

mericas. Slowly, these

m

igrations saw many changes as the

New World evolved from a colonial

t

arget and a player in the game of

m

ercantilism to a contributor to global

i

ndustrialization. However, throughout

t

hese changes, people from the Old

World were consistently pushed out of

t

heir homeland by the perception of a

p

opulation explosion and pulled to

N

orth and South

A

merica because of

j

ob opportunities.

Slide29

A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

Thesis ChecklistTimeframeMigrationsRegionsChangeContinuity

Between 1492 and 1914,

the

Atlantic world was a busy

thoroughfare as Afro-Eurasians

uprooted their homes and either

voluntarily or involuntarily

migrated to the Americas.

Slowly, these

migrations saw many changes as the

New World evolved from a colonial

target and a player in the game of

mercantilism to a contributor to global

industrialization. However, throughout

these changes, people from the Old

World were consistently pushed out of

their homeland by the perception of a

population explosion and pulled to

North and South America because of

job opportunities.

Slide30

A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

Thesis ChecklistTimeframeMigrationsRegionsChangeContinuity

Between 1492 and 1914,

the

Atlantic world was a busy

thoroughfare as

Afro-Eurasians

uprooted their homes and either

voluntarily or involuntarily

migrated to the

Americas

. Slowly, these

migrations saw many changes as the

New World evolved from a colonial

target and a player in the game of

mercantilism to a contributor to global

industrialization. However, throughout

these changes, people from the Old

World were consistently pushed out of

their homeland by the perception of a

population explosion and pulled to

North and South America because of

job opportunities.

Slide31

A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

Thesis ChecklistTimeframeMigrationsRegionsChangeContinuity

Between 1492 and 1914,

the

Atlantic world was a busy

thoroughfare as Afro-Eurasians

uprooted their homes and either

voluntarily or involuntarily

migrated to the Americas. Slowly, these

migrations saw many

changes as the

New World evolved from a colonial

target and a player in the game of

mercantilism to a contributor to global

industrialization.

However, throughout

these changes, people from the Old

World were consistently pushed out of

their homeland by the perception of a

population explosion and pulled to

North and South America because of

job opportunities.

Slide32

A Sophisticated Thesis

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492 and 1914?

Thesis ChecklistTimeframeMigrationsRegionsChangeContinuity

Between

1492 and 1914,

the

Atlantic world was a busy

thoroughfare as Afro-Eurasians

uprooted their homes and either

voluntarily or involuntarily

migrated to the Americas. Slowly, these

migrations saw many changes as the

New World evolved from a colonial

target and a player in the game of

mercantilism to a contributor to global

industrialization. However, throughout

these changes, people from the Old

World were

consistently pushed out of

their homeland by the perception of a

population explosion and pulled to

North and South America because of

job opportunities.

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UBOW

Understand the questionBrainstorm what we knowOrganize by filteringWrite

How did migrations from

Afro-

E

urasia

to

the Americas

change and not change

between

1492-1914?

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Looking In

T

he

R

eview

M

irror

Slide35

Looking In

T

he

Review Mirror

Still A Persuasive Essay

Slide36

Looking In

T

he

Review Mirror

Still A Persuasive Essay

Changes and Continuities Are Qualifiers

Slide37

Looking In

T

he

Review Mirror

Still A Persuasive Essay

Changes and Continuities Are Qualifiers

Insert Action Words

Slide38

Rubric For C/COT Question

Slide39

Rubric For C/COT Question

Basic Core

(7 pts.)

Expanded Core

(2 pts.)

Has Acceptable

T

hesis

(1 pt.)

Addresses All

P

arts

O

f

The

Q

uestion

(1-2 pts.)

Uses World

H

istorical

Context

(1 pt.)

Uses Historical

Evidence

(1-2 pts.)

Analyzes Process

O

f

Change/Continuity

(1 pt.)

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Rubric For C/COT Question

Basic Core (7 pts.) Expanded Core (2 pts.)Has Acceptable Thesis (1 pt.) Addresses All Parts Of The Question (1-2 pts.)Uses World Historical Context (1 pt.)Uses Historical Evidence (1-2 pts.)Analyzes Process Of Change/Continuity (1 pt.)

How did migrations from Afro-

E

urasia to

the

A

mericas change and not change

between 1492-1914?

Slide41

Rubric For C/COT Question

Basic Core (7 pts.) Expanded Core (2 pts.)Has Acceptable Thesis (1 pt.) Addresses All Parts Of The Question (1-2 pts.)Uses World Historical Context (1 pt.)Uses Historical Evidence (1-2 pts.)Analyzes Process Of Change/Continuity (1 pt.)

How did migrations from Afro-

E

urasia to

the

A

mericas change and not change

between 1492-1914?

Slide42

Rubric for C/COT Question

Basic Core

(7 pts.)

Expanded Core

(2 pts.)

Has Acceptable Thesis

(1 pt.)

Addresses All Parts Of

The Question

(1-2 pts.)

Uses World Historical

Context

(1 pt.)

Uses Historical

Evidence

(1-2 pts.)

Analyzes Process Of

Change/Continuity

(1 pt.)

Slide43

World Historical Context

How does this event impact other worldly events? or How did other worldly events impact this event?

Slide44

World Historical Context

How does this event impact other worldly events or how did other worldly events impact this event?

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492-1914?

Slide45

World Historical Context

How does this event impact other worldly events or how did other worldly events impact this event?

How did migrations from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas change and not change between 1492-1914?

Other worldly events

Demise of silk road

Fall of

C

onstantinople

Industrial Revolution

Age of Imperialism

Scramble for

A

frica

Famine in

A

sia &

E

urope

New technology

British Outlaw

S

lave

Trade

Slide46

Rubric For C/COT Question

Basic Core

(7 pts.)

Expanded Core

(2 pts.)

Has acceptable thesis

(1 pt.)

Addresses all parts of

the question

(1-2 pts.)

Uses World

H

istorical

Context

(1 pt.)

Uses historical

evidence

(1-2 pts.)

Analyzes process of

change/continuity

(1 pt.)

Slide47

Rubric For C/COTQuestion

Basic Core (7 pts.) Expanded Core (2 pts.)Has acceptable thesis (1 pt.) Addresses all parts of the question (1-2 pts.)Uses World Historical Context (1 pt.)Uses historical evidence (1-2 pts.)Analyzes process of change/continuity (1 pt.)

Not evidence

“technology”

“traveled across the ocean”

“people left home”

“people were persecuted”

Slide48

Rubric For C/COT Question

Basic Core (7 pts.) Expanded Core (2 pts.)Has acceptable thesis (1 pt.) Addresses all parts of the question (1-2 pts.)Uses World Historical Context (1 pt.)Uses historical evidence (1-2 pts.)Analyzes process of Change/Continuity (1 pt.)

Not Evidencetechnologytraveled across the oceanpeople left homepeople were persecuted

Evidence

“Steamships provided

cheaper transportation.”

“Famine in Asia and Ireland in the

middle of the 19

th

century

caused massive migrations.”

Slide49

Rubric For C/COT Question

Basic core

(7 pts.)

Expanded core

(2 pts.)

Has acceptable thesis

(1 pt.)

Addresses all parts of

the question

(1-2 pts.)

Uses World

H

istorical

Context

(1 pt.)

Uses historical

evidence

(1-2 pts.)

Analyzes process of

Change/Continuity

(1 pt.)

Slide50

Rubric For C/COT Question

Basic core

(7 pts.)

Expanded core

(2 pts.)

Has acceptable thesis

(1 pt.)

Analytical thesis

Addresses all parts of

M

uch analysis

The question

(1-2 pts.)

Ample historical evidence

Uses World

H

istorical

P

rovides connections

Context

(1 pt.)

Uses historical

evidence

(1-2 pts.)

Analyzes process of

Change/Continuity

(1 pt.)

Slide51

Essay Outline

Introduction

Change Of People Migrated And Motivation For Migration

Slide52

Essay Outline

Introduction

Change of people migrated and motivation for migration

Change From Colonizing To Industrializing

Slide53

Essay Outline

Introduction

Change of people migrated and motivation for migration

Change from colonizing to industrializing

Push Continuities Of Famine And Population Explosion

Slide54

Essay Outline

Introduction

Change of people migrated and motivation for migration

Change from colonizing to industrializing

Push continuities of famine and population explosion

Pull Continuities Of Jobs And Land Of Opportunity

Conclusion

Slide55

Looking In The Review Mirror

Slide56

Looking In The Review Mirror

Organize Around Changes And Continuities

Slide57

Looking In The Review Mirror

Organize Around Changes And Continuities

Correctly Use World Historical Context

Slide58

Looking In The Review Mirror

Organize Around Changes And Continuities

Correctly Use World Historical Context

Thesis Checklist


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