writer 2014 you got me A in the first paper you did for me, please do well too in this one.
* you are gonna answer one question from the attachment ( from part two)
*you are gonna chose one question from 7-13.
please don’t write less than 4 pages. and use the chicago/Turabian format
this essay based on these two books (Western Civilizations and Discovering the Western Past)
General instructions: Each of these questions asks you to interpret an issue in history.
These questions do not have one right answer only; instead, you are asked to make an
argument and support your argument with specific examples. You will be graded on how
well you make your case, the kinds of evidence that you use to support your case, and the
thoughtfulness of your answer. I will take off up to ten percent of your total grade for the
answer for mistakes in spelling, grammar, or errors of fact, so be sure to check your work
carefully before turning it in. Your answers should generally be between four and seven
pages (double-spaced), but you may turn in longer answers without penalty.
In answering these questions, you should draw upon the course main textbooks (Western
Civilizations and Discovering the Western Past), class lectures and discussions, and
anything you may have learned from your critical book reviews that would be applicable.
Remember that the two main textbooks have both general discussions and specific
historical documents in them that may help you answer these questions. You should not
have to do any additional research to answer these questions, though you are certainly
welcome to do so if you wish. However, if you do use any outside sources, be sure to
footnote them and list them on a Works Cited page at the end of your essay. If you quote
any source, be sure to footnote it. If your quote is from one of the textbooks, just use an in-
text citation such as Coffin and Stacey, page 185 otherwise, follow the Chicago/Turabian
style for notes and citations.IMPORTANT NOTE ON SOURCES: If you want to use Internet sources, you need to use
them with care, since they vary widely in reliability. In particular, YOU MAY NOT USE
WIKIPEDIA AS A SOURCE; I WILL TAKE POINTS OFF IF YOU DO. Because
Wikipedia is written by amateurs, and because anyone can change the information at any
time, it is not a reliable source of accurate information, particularly where modern history is
concerned. In general, the closer you get to the present in modern history, the less accurate
and the more partisan the articles tend to be. Your take-home essay exams will be graded according to the following criteria. The exams will
be graded on a 100 point scale, with 100 being a perfect score. The first four criteria are each
worth 25 points. If all four are done successfully, you should have a perfect score. However,
please note that even a perfect score will be reduced if you have factual errors, excessive
grammar and spelling mistakes, or if your exam is late without letting me know in advance, as
discussed in points five through seven.
Essays should be four to eight pages in length (double-spaced); if you think you need more length
than that, contact me for approval before you turn it in. You should be able to answer the
questions using the information in the textbooks and the lecture notes (and perhaps information
from your book reviews) without doing any outside research. However, if you do use any outside
sources, be sure to footnote them and list them on a Works Cited page at the end of your essay.
If you quote any source, be sure to footnote it. If your quote is from one of the textbooks, just use
an in-text citation such as Coffin &amp;amp; Stacey, page 185 otherwise, follow the Chicago/Turabian
style for notes and citations