1. Write an essay (introduction, main points/body, conclusion) of MORE THAN 1100 words;
2. In your own words – if you must quote, count the cut-n-pasted word count of the quote AND ADD IT
TO THE 1100 word minimum requirement. 350 words in quotes means the essay should total
MORE than 1450 words.
3. Adhere to rules of English grammar, spelling and punctuation
4. Keep the phrasing in the THIRD PERSON and the tense in the past.
(“One may conclude” not “I believe”, and “They WERE” not “They ARE”
APPROACH 1: The first possible approach would see you choose one of the Chapter-specific documents and write an essay answering a question or questions of your own devising related to that document. Answer your question(s) by reading the document(s) provided in the form of an essay. For Unit 01, you are limited to Chapters 28-29-30-31-32. The essay is to be submitted via the Canvas Turnitin button at the bottom of this page.
APPROACH 2: This approach sees you choosing from the same primary sources for a given chapter, but analyzing one (OR MORE, in a compare/contrast format) with reference to these QUESTIONS which should form the body of your ESSAY. In this approach you are writing about the document(s) and/or image(s) as HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS to be INTERPRETED BY YOU, AS YOU SEE FIT, guided by the questions available via the “Questions” link. Again, you should present the answers IN THE FORM OF AN ESSAY (Intro, main points, conclusion), NOT AS SIMPLE ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS, and submit it via the “HERE” link below.
UN03 Materials for Approaches 1 or 2 (Links to an external site.) –
These are free, requiring only that you choose the third FREE option and
register with your COUGARMAIL EMAIL and a password. Click on the
Student Site link and follow the instructions. DO NOT PAY ANY MONEY.
APPROACH 3: This last possible approach would see you answer one or more of the questions immediately following the document or document fragments available via the link to a pdf file below. Answer the question(s) by reading the document(s). You are to answer the question(s), with reference to the chosen document(s) in the form of an essay to be submitted via the Canvas Turnitin button at the bottom of this page.
Unit 03 Document Collection<WWII through Wategate, in the form of a pdf file>
questions: This checklist is a series of questions that can be used to analyze most of the documents and items in this course.
1. What type of document or object is this evidence?
2. Why does the document or object exist? What motives prompted the author to create the material in this form?
3. Who created this work?
4. Who or what is left out – women, children, minorities, members of the majority?
5. In addition to the main subject, what other kinds of information can be obtained?
6. How do the subjects of the document or object relate to what we know about broader society?
7. What was the meaning of the document or object in its own time? What is the meaning for its audience?
8. What does the document or object tell us about change or stab
ility in society?
book: America: A Narrative History
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