I'm working on a DBA study guide for US History. Can anybody help me with a few questions? Will fan and medal :) •the international peace and relief efforts in which the United States was involved following World War I
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•the international peace and relief efforts in which the United States was involved following World War I
I just need a short description or a few examples
have a look here... http://www.lotsofessays.com/viewpaper/1701421.html
@paki It's a DBA (Discussion Based Assessment), it's a discussion with your teacher about what you have learned in the recent module.
I'm doing the DBA study guide
@Conqueror guide me... i have no idea of such....
Woah, that's a long essay to read
yeah of course....
A discussion with your teacher, on the phone, about what you learned so far.
@Conqueror so can you help me? I just need a couple of examples with cause/effects about domestic and international peace efforts
Well, world war 1 started when Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated.
Then different countries sided up with each other.
Oops, I meant after WWI not during :p
A DBA, as @Conqueror has explained, is pretty much an oral exam. However, the questions you are asking are what's going to be asked by your teacher, which is a test, so you should do those on your own. Go to the lesson and the answers are there.
I know what a DBA is. I'm working on the DBA which has POSSIBLE questions, not actual test questions. I'm asking for help on question for a study guide
i dont know what you guys want to say.... @inowalst @Conqueror
@paki She's asking for help on questions that will/might be asked by a teacher.. It's pretty much an oral test.
Nah, it's not really a test. I do these DBAs because I'm in FLVS too, the questions are unpredictable and random.
They are most definitely not from test questions though.
It's sort of like a module review.
No no. A DBA is an oral "exam"
This is a STUDY GUIDE
Not the exam
Yes! The answers are in the lessons.
can i tag a moderator here...?
@paki you can
and @inowalst I added this question here because I couldn't find it in the lessons. If I had found it, then the question wouldn't be here
What module DBA?
Hm, give me a sec.