The essay portion must be 4-5 pages in length, double-spaced, numbered, include 1 inch margins, use 12 point Arial, Calibri, or Times New Roman font. Your essay must include a Works Cited page. The citation style of the Works Cited page may be either Chicago, APA, or MLA. The selected citations must be appropriate to… Continue reading Your essay must include a works cited page.
. In no less than 1000 words, give a short overview of your topic. Use your own words, no direct quotes. Include citations for sources that you may have referenced for information at the end. Use professionally edited and published secondary sources by named authors with specific publication dates, no videos, no encyclopedias, no Wikipedia,… Continue reading In no less than 1000 words, give a short overview of your topic.
respond in a clear persuasive paragraph to 5 of the questions below. 1. What was one of the several new social programs pushed by Lyndon Johnson in the mid-1960s? What was its intended effect? What foreign policy event soon overshadowed his efforts to create a “Great Society” at home? 5. What were two of the… Continue reading What, in your opinion, were the two most powerful effects of the covid-19 pandemic at its initial onset in 2020?
Each student will select an interest group or National Governmental Organization (NGO) to do a short analysis. Discuss how a constitutional amendment supports or diminishes the group’s mission. Provide at least three present-day examples to support the claim. Only two students may write about the interest group or NGO. A detailed Rubric will be posted… Continue reading Provide at least three present-day examples to support the claim.
Paragraph: Let me begin with the most basic component of essay—paragraph. The length of paragraphs could be varied but please avoid using excessively lengthy ones (say, more than 400-500 words). If your essay consists of lengthy paragraphs, readers might feel difficult to follow your discussion. Topic Sentence: You are recommended to place a topic sentence… Continue reading Discussion.
Students will compose 5 multiple choice questions based on the information from the weekly reading. Questions should be multiple choice with 4 possible answers, no more and no less, and those questions should be based only on the material in the chapters found in the textbook. As part of this, students must identify the correct… Continue reading Questions should be multiple choice with 4 possible answers, no more and no less, and those questions should be based only on the material in the chapters found in the textbook.
For Cause and Comrades by James M. McPherson: you have a choice between two different questions. Each question will require you to provide examples from the novel using correct citations in Chicago formatting. You may use other sources in addition to the book, but you MUST use the book to answer your question. Your work… Continue reading Evaluate the motivations men had during the civil war to actually engage in battle according to mcpherson.
Be able to explain who “you” think is the Greatest President of the 20th Century. (Franklin D. Roosevelt) Students must have (8) Eight Cited Sources. • Only (2) two sources can be from the Internet. • (2) two sources have to be Primary Sources. • (3) three sources have to come from books, text, historical… Continue reading Students must have (8) eight cited sources.
This Essay will be answering my question in the following way: explaining the whole historical context as a first main body paragraph, and then later, I was going to relate it to the present in the following paragraph. I was not planning on directly jumping in without giving the detailed history of the First Amendment… Continue reading “intelligence collection and information sharing within the united states.”
Essay must answer WHY not simply HOW the Great War lasts for more than four years. This is a broad question that gives a lot of latitude to answer. Must make an argument to defend a thesis, using all legitimate and available resources at disposal. Structure of Essay: 1. Introduction a. Thesis b. Essay Structure… Continue reading Summarize your thesis and your argument