Reviews typically consist of three (3) parts. (1) The introductory paragraph, in which you will explain the author’s purpose for writing the book and its place in the historiography. This will be very clear in each book’s introduction and conclusion. (2) The next several paragraphs will consist of describing the book and using the author’s evidence to back up his/her thesis. (3) In the concluding paragraph you will offer up your own opinions on whether the author of the book has met their burden. In other words, is the author’s thesis sound?
Read The American Yawp, Chapter 3, section III, and Chapter 5, sections I-V.
Watch the Video: Keynote Panel Underrepresented Voices of the American Revolution – YouTube
Read all of the primary source documents: American Revolution Primary Sources.docx
Fill out the following worksheet for each primary source (directions at the top): American Revolution Primary Source Worksheets.docx This is Part 1 of the assignment
Write an essay of at least 750 words long explaining what these primary sources tell us about the American Revolution. This is Part 2 of the assignment
Research and Analyze what is learned from the Western civilization and get information from two scholarly sources plus our textbook. The earth and it’s people: A global history. (2019) Bulliet, R. W.,
Voltaire, Always the Critic: Many of the events of Candide closely parallel (if not outright depict) historical events that took place in Europe either just prior to or during Voltaire’s time. Based on examples from the book, who or what, according to Voltaire, is responsible for the terrible events and issues he associates with modern Europe? In other words, how is Voltaire responding to grave political or social issues and events of his time through Candide? What individuals, institutions, or ideologies does he condemn with his criticism and satire? Why does he put blame on these forces and what audience is he trying to reach, in the process? Consider the context of European politics and culture in the 18th Century in your response.
This is not an opportunity to retell the story apart from giving necessary background for specific pieces of evidence; you should write analysis, not a book report.
Full paragraphs with topic sentences expected.
Introductory and concluding paragraphs expected.
Use in-sentence quotations (The author argued, “No man should…”). If the passage you wish to cite is longer than three sentences, summarize it in your own words and cite the author afterwards.
One inch margins
12-point, Times New Roman font
MLA Style Citations with every quote, paraphrase, or example pulled from readings (namely, anything about the story or history that is NOT common knowledge).
Link to MLA Citation Guide here
This is the ONLY reference you are allowed to use.
Pendergrast, Mark. Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How it Transformed Our World. New York: Basic Books, 1999. (Various CUNY)
You will answer the questions
“How well does the book deal with issues of science and technology?”
What kinds of argument does the book make about technological innovations?
Are these arguments persuasive? Why or why not? (Note that you need to support your arguments even when you agree with the author. Don’t just repeat the author’s arguments, or say the book is “persuasive.” Explain why.)
● How could the argument be improved?
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Analyze the most important aspects of chapter two. Tell me in your intro what the themes of the chapter are, why you chose it, what a student of history ought to learn from it, what you might have learned that surprised you or if you learned something that you never knew.
As you write your paper you should keep in mind the quotations. What lessons of history might we learn? What truths can we discover? What IS history? What, if anything, did you learn about human nature in your chapter?
Try to ask questions, don’t jump to conclusions, and be open to learning about things from a different or new perspective. You should try to be cautious and fair about drawing conclusions, and you need to look clearly at all the evidence.
Instructions: In 200-300 words for each question, respond to the following prompts. Each prompt should be supported with research. Original content only, please.
1. What specific effects did Urban Sprawl have on U.S. society? Explain.
2. How did the advent of Rock and Roll and the “Teen Culture” impact U.S. society? Explain.
3. How did “dynamic conservatism” affect the U.S. political landscape? Explain.
4. What was “Politics of Consensus”? How does this compare with the current political discourse in the U.S. today? Which of these two views of perpetuating democratic government is better? Explain.
5. What effect did Sputnik have on U.S. society? Be sure to discuss its effects on both foreign and domestic policy.
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Thesis stament with a small reasearch around it. Need to be specific and in Texas, connected to social rights.