To evaluate an historical theme using assigned sources for support.

Evaluative Essay Instructions
Purpose
o To evaluate an historical theme using assigned sources for support.
o To compose a properly formatted, scholarly paper, using the most recent edition of Turabian, Notes-Bibliography.
General Directions:
For this assignment, students will choose 1 historical theme from the list below to research throughout the course:
Religion/Philosophy
Literature
Law
Science/Medicine/Technology
Students will write 2 analytical essays on their chosen theme, using the primary sources and topic prompts within the additional documents.
In Week 3, students will submit a thesis statement for Evaluative Essay 1 to the instructor for review. This pre-submission of the thesis statement will not be required for Evaluative Essay 2.
******Evaluative Essay 1 will cover the period from 3000 BC through AD 476. It is due in Week 4.******
(Please note the time frame of paper.)
Specific Requirements:
The evaluative essay will consider assigned sources on the chosen theme, and evaluate those sources using the topic prompt provided in the additional documents for this assignment.
Format, Length and Organization:
o Length: 750-1100 words (roughly 3-4 pages, double spaced – not counting footnotes)
o Double spaced text, Times New Roman, size 12 font, standard margins and indentation (see Turabian: Notes-Bibliography)
o The paper should have a title page, body, and bibliography page
o Using Turabian Notes-Bibliography style, format footnotes for the paper.
o Basic Organization (except literature topic, given in literature document): The paper will consist of an introduction, body and conclusion:
o Introduction should be one paragraph and should introduce the main argument, ending with a strong thesis statement. The thesis statement is the ONE SENTENCE argument.
o Body of the paper is a few paragraphs (3-4) developing and supporting the argument, showing comparison and contrast of the assigned documents, as well as further analysis and Biblical evaluation. The body of the paper should provide specific examples and details from the assigned sources.
o Conclusion is the final paragraph, restating the argument and summarizing the main points of the paper, drawing conclusions for the reader. No new information.
Sources:
o The textbook and lectures can be used for basic background information, but the majority of supporting details should be drawn from the assigned sources within each topic document.
o For Biblical analysis, you can use your own Bible, or one of the following websites for finding and using Scripture verses. Please note that you need to use a standard translation (such as KJV or ESV) and not a paraphrase Bible (such as the Message).
www.biblegateway.com
Srong’s Exhaustive Concordance https://books.google.com/books?id=3TBGAQAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=strong%27s+exhaustive+concordance+of+the+bible&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwifx7zyxZHXAhXFPCYKHQwRBc0Q6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q&f=false
Source Citation Examples:
Note that no citation is needed for common knowledge information, but specific examples, details, or arguments drawn from the assigned sources DO need proper source citation.
Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenburg Church in 1517. (common knowledge, no specific citation needed)
The Hebrew Old Testament is considered to be a book of folklore, myths and stories that is useful for some understanding of Hebrew history, but not always reliable as an historical source since it was written by religious devotees rather than historians. – citation needed because this expresses a specific view or argument.
**If you are unsure of whether or not a citation is needed, it is better to include the citation than to leave it out. You can also contact your instructor for assistance.
****NOTE: I could not get access to the Economy and Labor document option so please choose another topic,*****

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You will write a series of historical-fictional “Pen Pal” letters between two people.

You will write a series of historical-fictional “Pen Pal” letters between two people. The first person will be European and the second person may be either from the Middle East or from Asia. There will be three sets of letters (a “set” is person 1 writing and then person 2 writing back). Each letter should be approximately half a page long.
Set 1: This exchange should take place approximately ten years before the outbreak of the Bubonic Plague. Your characters should introduce themselves and describe the society they live in. Make sure that you include information about their class, gender, religious practices, and everyday life (for this assignment if you choose to be a serf or peasant you can assume they are extraordinary and can read and write).
Set 2: This exchange takes place during the outbreak of the plague. Imagine a scenario for your characters and their communities. Include both personal issues as well as larger societal issues.
Set 3: This exchange takes place about ten years after the plague dissipates. What is different in their societies and lives? How did the experience change them personally?
You should be gleaning information from your primary sources and provided resources to make the background/events in your letters as historically accurate as possible. For help writing good historical fiction, click here (Links to an external site.). Remember, these letters are between two friends–be creative!
Rubric:
Follows direction, uses letter format, correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, paragraphs 20 points
Enough historical background is provided to make the letters seem authentic 40 points
There are no factual or logical errors. The characters behave appropriately for their time and station. 20 points
Creative and historical imagination are present 20 points

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identify the main argument Michelle Campos is making in her chapter, “Shared Urban Spaces.”

Please write a 250-300 word essay in which you identify the main argument Michelle Campos is making in her chapter, “Shared Urban Spaces.” Make sure to explain why you have concluded she is making this argument (in other words, how did you identify that she is making this argument?). You may want to note the kinds of questions she’s asking or other scholars she appears to be responding to in her work. This assignment is meant is to help you learn to think like Historians.
Book CHAPTER 5 SHARED UBRAN SPACES
Ottoman Brothers : Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Early Twentieth-Century Palestine
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Author: Campos, Michelle U.
Date: 2011
Detailed Record
Publisher Permissions:
Print/E-mail/Save 100 Pages
Unlimited Copy/Paste
Unrestricted Download
eBook Availability:
Unlimited copies available
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Why Arabs And Muslims Aren’t Exotic,

There is 3 uploads and 1 video link. Please read the upload for instructions and follow the guidelines to answer the questions.

Link for video by Omar Duwaji, “Why Arabs And Muslims Aren’t Exotic,
Vocabulary Guide for Edward Said.docx
Response Paragraph on Said, Culture and Imperialism.docx
Said, Culture and Imperialism (Aida excerpts).pdf

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using the Aforementioned elements to organize your argument, explain the development of Judaism as a world religion using terms and ideas from all three chapters of the book as your examples.

using the Aforementioned elements to organize your argument, explain the development of Judaism as a world religion using terms and ideas from all three chapters of the book as your examples. Make sure to contemplate and it’s been aspects of the rise of Judaism in relation to the large argument of the textbook which discusses the basis of human religious belief

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The African empire Focusing specifically on your the Topical / or Civilization selection;

The African empire I chose was Ashanti
Focusing specifically on your the Topical / or Civilization selection; create an (8) eight-page Paper or PowerPoint reflecting on the historical and cultural aspects of that State, Kingdom of Empire BEFORE European Arrival
Explain some of the things that made these early civilizations special and unique.
In writing an essay describing one of the major kingdoms to emerge in Africa before European Arrival. Write about how the civilization was structured, what made it special, and what made it uniquely African.
What were some of the most substantial changes to occur in Africa over the course of the Sate, Kingdom, Empire? What caused these changes to transpire and what happened as a result of them?
Leadership, Power and Control of the State, Kingdom, Empire
Sociology, Politics, Town,
Trade: political authority and commerce
Organization of the Society (Gender, Clan, Wealth, etc.)
The culture and art of African people expresses values, attitudes, and thoughts which help to represent the products of their past experiences and it also provides a way of learning about their history
The specific State, Kingdom Empire with neighboring groups: the inter-regional connections, political institutions, and the multiplicity of social identities which existed in the African past.
Comparing and contrasting two vastly different historical experiences from distinct cultural regions can be a powerful way to promote comparative thinking and at the same time demonstrate the cultural complexity of the African past experience.
How the information supplied in your essay/ power point reveal that Africa had its own history, culture, and civilization that were equal if not superior that of the imperialists: European and Middle Eastern.
What are the ways that these cultures connected to the outside world prior to 1500? What kind of complex societies developed via these two connections? How do they differ?
essay not power point

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One of the most historically consequential decisions ever made by an American President occurred at the end of World War II when President Harry Truman decided to use the recently developed atomic bombs to end the war with Japan.

One of the most historically consequential decisions ever made by an American President occurred at the end of World War II when President Harry Truman decided to use the recently developed atomic bombs to end the war with Japan. Since those days in August 1945 the debate on the decision itself has raged on. In a 4-6 page report (double-spaced, 12 font) either defend or criticize the President’s decision. You are offering a point of view, whatever you say has to be backed by relevant facts but most importantly I want your opinion.

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Argue for Christopher Columbus and his legacy or influence and why it is either better, worse, or neither than John Cabot’s.

Argue for Christopher Columbus and his legacy or influence and why it is either better, worse, or neither than John Cabot’s.
Must incorporate it in the essay about the horrible, evil impacts the Age of Exploration towards Africans with the slave trade and Native Americans with disease and taking their land.
Must also incorporate mercantilism, economic theory and practice common in Europe from the 16th to the 18th century that promoted governmental regulation of a nation’s economy for the purpose of augmenting state power at the expense of rival national powers. It was the economic counterpart of political absolutism. Its 17th-century publicists—most notably Thomas Mun in England, Jean-Baptiste Colbert in France, and Antonio Serra in Italy—never, however, used the term themselves; it was given currency by the Scottish economist Adam Smith in his Wealth of Nations (1776).
Mercantilism is a set of economic ideas about how a country can get rich. Several European countries embraced this theory between the 16th and 18th centuries. … The mother country should produce manufactured goods, while the colonies should provide natural resources. A country should have more exports than imports.
First popularized in Europe during the 1500s, mercantilism was based on the idea that a nation’s wealth and power were best served by increasing exports, in an effort to collect precious metals like gold and silver.

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FRQ 1: Describe the entrepreneurs who pioneered the growth of Big Business, the goals they aimed to achieve, and the strategies they used to dominate their industries. You will find the information for this essay in chapter 16, section 2

OUTLINES FOR ESSAY
FRQ 1: Describe the entrepreneurs who pioneered the growth of Big Business, the goals they aimed to achieve, and the strategies they used to dominate their industries. You will find the information for this essay in chapter 16, section 2
I. Introduction
II. Growth of Corporations (limited liability, elimination of competition)
III. The Barons of Business (Rockefeller, Carnegie, J.P. Morgan, horizontal integration, vertical integration, trusts, holding company, continuous innovation, mergers)
IV. The “Gospel of Wealth”
V. Conclusion
HISTORY 202 FRQ/TEST ESSAY ASSIGNMENTS
The FRQ AND TEST ESSAY assignments are in this document and are also posted on D2L. Below you will find the instructions for writing essays (both FRQs and Test essays).
**CRITICAL THINKING FREE RESPONSE/TEST ESSAYS**
Some helpful hints:
-Begin with a well-developed thesis statement (4-6+ sentences)
Directly answers the question
Establishes time and place
-Begin each topic paragraph with a topic sentence that does three things:
Directly addresses the question
Introduces a particular category
Takes a position on that category
The topic sentence should always give the student something to prove (YOUR THESIS) in the paragraph. When students do not have a position to argue, they tend to merely list or describe factual information, losing focus on the specific question they are asked.
-Each topic paragraph should contain four components: (12-15+ sentences)
Topic sentence
Relevant specific factual information (SFI)
Interpretive commentary (analysis) that states HOW and/or WHY the factual information supports the thesis
Clincher sentence (ties the entire paragraph directly back to the thesis) OR a transition statement (creates a logical link between paragraphs)
-End with a conclusion paragraph that does two things: (4-6+ sentences)
Synthesizes the topic sentences of each paragraph
Directly answers the question (a reiteration of the thesis statement in different words)

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In response to your reading of McArthur’s “The Chicago Playground Movement” and

In response to your reading of McArthur’s “The Chicago Playground Movement” and your review of the corresponding lecture on the Playground Movement in VoiceThread, you have the following questions:
Identify two photographs from the lecture and explain in detail how each one connects with an idea you took from McArthur’s article. Remember, detail matters, so simple one or two sentence “explanations” are simply insufficient

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