26 August 2015

History

Compose an essay in response to the Prompt.
1. Use at least 12 specific factual examples from Foner, Give Me Liberty! Fourth Brief edition Textbook from chapters 10-13 and 16-18 (with at least one example from each chapter), with page numbers cited.
2. Must have an argument stated in the first page and a conclusion at the end.
3. Must underline your argument.
4. Must carry the argument consistently through the entire essay.
5. Must be well written and based on evidence.
6. Must take a position of either agreeing or disagreeing.
7. Must consider and either refute or accommodate evidence that is contrary to the position you take.
Prompt:
The freedoms imagined, fought for, and won during the antebellum period and the Civil War, were used in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era to deny freedoms to others, resulting in an overall failure to spread the blessings of liberty in the world by the eve of the First World War. Agree or disagree with this claim, and defend your position by explaining the relationship between differing ideologies of liberty and the social and political power of the different people involved.

In your essay, be sure to consider and either refute or accommodate contrary evidence. So, if you agree, then you need to acknowledge times and places and possibilities. In the end, you need to take a stand and argue, that DESPITE the contrary evidence you found, that your agreement or disagreement is still sound, and why.

Grading criteria:
In addition to the basic minimum requirements listed in points 1-7 above, I will grade by the following criteria:
I will prioritize clarity of argument, strong use of evidence, and strong essay structure.
There is no correct answer to this question. There are many possible answers, which differ not because they are intrinsically correct or incorrect, but because they are more or less persuasive. That is the nature of judgements about the historical past. The quality of your essay depends on the quality of your evidence and argumentation, not on the choice of position, either to agree or disagree.
There are, however, correct and incorrect representation of the facts of the past.
Persuasive interpretation of the past can only be achieved on the basis of accurate representations of evidence, so be careful to portray the facts faithfully to the sources we have read. We will mark down for inaccurate or wrong citation of supposed facts

26 August 2015,
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History Compose an essay in response to the Prompt.1. Use at least 12 specific factual examples from Foner, Give Me Liberty! Fourth Brief edition […]


26 August 2015

Case study critical thinking about customer behaviour of subway in the uk restaurant using academic theories and taking about why i choose it instead of another brandsPaper instructions:
case study critical thinking about customer behaviour of subway in the uk restaurant using academic theories and taking about why i choose it instead of another brands

26 August 2015,
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Case study critical thinking about customer behaviour of subway in the uk restaurant using academic theories and taking about why i choose it instead […]


26 August 2015

Media Literacy, Media Education, Informatino LiteracyCreate an annotated bibliography of 40-45 peer reviewed sources/articles from 2005-2014 addressing the following:Brad’s comps questions

Media literacy- information literacy

– What is media literacy? How has current literature and scholarship defined and described it?
– How has it been theorized?
o What theories serve as the foundation of different conceptions of media literacy?
o How have different aspects of it (critical consumerism, production, etc.) been emphasized by different theories or researchers?
– Describe and synthesize the research on teaching media literacy to various populations.
– What are current “gaps” in the research and important problems/issues that need to be studied?

26 August 2015,
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Media Literacy, Media Education, Informatino LiteracyCreate an annotated bibliography of 40-45 peer reviewed sources/articles from 2005-2014 addressing the following:Brad’s comps questions Media literacy- information […]


26 August 2015

What are the core skills and knowledge you hope to acquire by completing a degree in this major and how do you plan to apply these when you graduatePaper instructions:
What are the core skills and knowledge you hope to acquire by completing a degree in this major and how do you plan to apply these when you graduate?


Please provide any other information about yourself that you feel will help this college make an admission decision. This may include work, research, volunteer activities or other experiences pertaining to the degree program.

26 August 2015,
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What are the core skills and knowledge you hope to acquire by completing a degree in this major and how do you plan to […]


26 August 2015

Workforce DisabilityPaper instructions:
This is a graduate level class:

From the articles: -the major theme or topic is identified
-the authors method of inquiry and approach is briefly summarized
-findings and conclusions noted
-personal assessment of quality of argument, significance of conclusion, etc…

26 August 2015,
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Workforce DisabilityPaper instructions:This is a graduate level class: From the articles: -the major theme or topic is identified -the authors method of inquiry and […]


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