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Historical Theme Assignment #1
For this project, you will be writing an analysis of an aspect of American history during the time period the first unit our course covers (exploration to 1760) and comparing it to how this issue exists in the United States today.
SLO #3 Demonstrate the mastery of higher-level analytical skills.
Illustrate the realities of history’s interconnectedness through the ability to compare and contrast events, times, individuals.
Develop historical themes using events and individuals from vastly different time periods.
Evaluate and analyze the connection between events in other parts of the world and developments in the United States.
Offer an appraisal of the cyclical nature of history.
The first step is to select one broad historical topic from the three you previously listed.
Next, find an example that connects to your topic from the first section of our course:
Pre-Columbian America and the Rise of an Atlantic World
An English Plantation Society in the Chesapeake and Puritan New England
American Freedom, American Slavery
Awakening An Empire
Give Me Liberty! Textbook: Chapters 1-4
Then, find two current primary sources that pertain to your topic today.
One must be a written source from a credible newspaper (The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Sacramento Bee, etc.)
The other can be any one of the following: TED talk, film, TV show, song, social media source, etc.
The first section of your paper (1-2) pages should be analyzing your topic from early American history. The second section (1-2) pages of your paper should be analyzing the depictions of current events in American society today. In your conclusion, analyze what consistencies you see and how this topic has changed over time.
Your paper should be 3–4 pages in length (1100 word minimum), double-spaced, 12-point font. Please include a heading rather than a title page. The heading should include your name, the class, my name, the date, and the word count followed by a title.
July 4, 1776
Word Count: 1100
Immigration in America
Your paper should use academic language and analyze the evidence from your sources. You must include citations from your textbook and the sources you analyze. Please include a Works Cited page. Use direct quotes from your sources to support your claims and follow proper MLA formatting and citation, as explained in this handout: https://www.crc.losrios.edu/files/library/MLAStyle_8th_final_030217.pdf
All papers will be screened for plagiarism by vericite in Canvas. Per the syllabus and campus policy, any plagiarized submissions will receive a 0.