You should answer these questions with historical accuracy based upon your role—even if you
don’t personally agree with the answers.
A. Select a question written by a classmate to respond to
The question was written by a classmate:
B. Think about your role: (brief answers, 1-2 sentences)
(You can choose one in the following roles:
● Slave Owners
● Neutral person from the time period)
What 1 concept do you think is most important to your role and why?
C. Answer the student question: (max 300 words, double-spaced)
Your argument should be:
reflective of your place in society
have details and specifics from class
be an argument for one side/course of action – tell me what you think should happen and why
Consider the rubric when completing this chart
Argument is clear, strong, supported and explained. This is a debate and you need to explain
why your argument is justified.
Uses at least 4 specific terms/details/concepts from class that are explained and connected
(between all answers)
Integrates specifics from readings
Quotes are complete and referenced with page numbers.
Aims to show a wide understanding of the era’s materials, not just a single concept
Effort and understanding of materials shows
Organized, easy to follow and grammatically correct