Describe their experience in the U.S. from the late 19th century through the 1950s. Your opening paragraph should summarize the essay and have a strong underlined one sentence thesis. The opening paragraph should provide a road map of what you are arguing and how you will prove it. Students will be graded on how well they explain the course text and videos’ thesis, argue their point of view, and use college level writing (grammar, spelling, style, word diversity, etc).Your essay should have SIX of the following eras. You should dedicate one paragraph to each of those six eras:ReconstructionGilded AgeProgressive eraWWI era1920s/Great Depression eraNew Deal EraWorld War II era1950sFor each of the eras you choose, note the ways in which the U.S. through specific policy, rhetoric, and actions has treated, dismissed, empowered, and or marginalized these communities AND the ways in which people from these communities have engaged in action and activism.Citations and Sources. You are only allowed to use the sources assigned in the course thus far (Any other sources will result in an automatic 0 on the assignment). In your response, make sure to cite assigned at least two course videos twice each (that is four citations total minimum) and the course text (Give Me Liberty) at least 6 times (for a total of 10 citations minimum in the essay). Students who do not have in-text citations, not a reference list – there is a difference – will receive a Zero. You can use Chicago or APA formats only.Formatting: In college there is a very specific to write an essay. Anything short of these basic expectations will not be considered an essay. They include:An opening Paragraph.Your opening paragraph should summarize the essay and have a strong underlined one sentence thesis.The opening paragraph should provide a road map of what you are arguing and how you will prove it.Body paragraphs.Topic sentences that tie your evidence to the thesisMake sure the language of each topic sentence is taken directly from the thesisThe topic sentence explains how the evidence supports a part of the thesis, thus, the topic sentence should never be something that is or can be cited.ConclusionSummarizes main arguments of the essayCOMMON NOTES I MAKE TO STUDENTS:PLEASE UNDERLINE YOUR STRONG THESIS!Have a thesis – it must argue something (vague langue and value judgment will receive 0 credit – make an argument)A strong UNDERLINED thesis (a thesis is one sentence).12 point times roman font double spacedCite the required content in textTopic sentences that tie your evidence to the thesis (Make sure the language of each topic sentence is taken directly from the thesis!)Do not use contractions (Can’t, couldn’t etc)Only capitalize a word if necessaryDo not give a book report, it is an essayNo quotes or citations in a topic sentenceDo not include cited material in the opening paragraphTake a stand, no weak thesis or topic sentencesUse synonyms to diversify the words in the essayUse the proper tense.Include direct quotes that are less than two lines long that support your answer.Write a sentence or two to explain each quote.Conclusion paragraph should explain how the evidence and findings support your thesis.
How have you practiced continuous learning? What qualities or habits have helped you the most to continue learning? What challenges do you face when it comes to continuous learning? How have you addressed these challenges?
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Contemporary Issue Comparison
PowerPoint on the Birth Control Movement
The exploration of the “smart building” ideology
American Democracy based on current cultures & communications
Select an influential figure from any of the assigned readings and address their significance and influence. How was this individual influenced by the previous history? How was this person influenced by his or her own time? How important was this person’s legacy? What influence do they still hold today? The manner of influence may be economic, political, religious, aesthetic, military, etc.
research a current issue around race, class, and/or gender and crime in the context of one sector of U.S. Criminal Justice System (CJS) processes (e.g., law enforcement, courts, corrections).
NU671 Unit 4 Assignment – Clinical Preparation Tool
Read Zinn, chapter 19
Considering critical thinking and ethical decision making models learned in PHIL101, share what decision you would make in your chosen situation along with your reasons why.