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Social Studies/History SBQ Formats

Social Studies/History SBQ Formats

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Published by: Jeremy Ang Wei Yao on Aug 21, 2011
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Inference:
First Level Inference:What
can you infer from the picture/source/cartoon?
Structure:
 First Inference:Explanation:
I can infer that...What can you infer from the source?The source shows/states...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.This means that...Explain how this quote or characteristic appliesto what you have infered.
Second Inference:Explanation:
I can infer that...What can you infer from the source?The source shows/states...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.This means that...Explain how this quote or characteristic appliesto what you have infered.
Second Level Inference Question:
1.Inference2.Purpose
Why
(keyword)
did the author draw this picture?
Infering the purpose of a source
Include who made the source
Include what is the intended outcome for making such a source
Content, Message, Audience, Outcome (CMAO)
Structure:
 First Inference:Explanation:
I can infer that _________ made thisspeech/drew this cartoon in order to ________ (desired outcome).State
who made this source (author)
and w
hatwas the intended outcome (action)
that thissource is meant to cause (purpose).The source shows/states that...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.This means that...Explain how this quote or characteristic applies
 
to what you have infered.
Second Inference:Explanation:
I can
also
infer that _________ made thisspeech/drew this cartoon in order to ________ (desired outcome).State
who made this source (author)
and w
hatwas the intended outcome (action)
that thissource is meant to cause (purpose)The source shows/states that...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.This means that...Explain how this quote or characteristic appliesto what you have infered.
Comparison:
Important:
Type 1:
How are the sources different/similar?2 similiarity (similar) OR 2differences (difference)
Type 2:
How different/similar are the sources?1 similarity, 1 difference (eitheway)Example: Study Source A and B.
How different
are these two sources? Explain your answer.This is a Type 2 question. Therefore, one paragraph is dedicated to writing how different are thesources, and the other paragraph is to writing how similar the sources are.
How to write/compare Similarities & Differences?
Similarity/Difference #1:Explanation:
Sources A and B are similar/different in termsof...State a general overview of thesimilarity/difference.Source A tells me that...What does Source A tell you? Give a moredetailed focus on the similarity/difference.This can be seen from...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.Similarly/However, Source B tells me that... What does Source B tell you? Give a moredetailed focus on the similarity/difference.This can be seen from...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.
Similarity/Difference #2:Explanation:
 
Sources A and B are similar/different in termsof...State a general overview of thesimilarity/difference.Source A tells me that...What does Source A tell you? Give a moredetailed focus on the similarity/difference.This can be seen from...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.Similarly/However, Source B tells me that... What does Source B tell you? Give a moredetailed focus on the similarity/difference.This means that Source B...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.
Reliability:
This skill requires you to determine how reliable a source is or how much you can believe what it  says about the topic or issue raised.
Example: Study Source C.
How reliable
is this source as evidence about Stalin's Five Year Plans?Study Source D.
Do you believe
what this source says about the Cuban Missile Crisis?Take note: It is
rare to find absolutely reliable sources
, if not almost impossible. Therefore, do notsimply dismiss a source as unreliable or biased. Instead, exaplain why it is not reliable.
What is
 Enhanced Reliability
 
?
 
Scenario: A salesperson for Apple criticizes the MacBook Air.I am more likely to believe the salesperson's statement. Why? He works for Apple, yet he puts downhis own product. Just as much as a bias source would lead me to disbelieve a source, a source withEnhanced Reliability would lead me to believe the source.Scenario 2: A Nazi leader speaks badly about the Nazis.This is also another example of a source having Enhanced Reliability. This Nazi Leader, byspeaking badly about the Nazis, could have been killed or prosecuted, yet he chooses to speak out.What's more, he is a Nazi himself, yet speaks badly about his own political party.Structure:I believe that Source A is...State your stand whether the source is reliable ounreliable.Source A shows/states...Quote directly from source thesentence/characteristic that led you to infer whatyou did.

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