For this assignment, please select one of the essay question prompts below and follow steps 1 through 4 to complete this assignment. You are being asked to brainstorm and think about your answer to the question. Then you will write your thesis that answers the question. Please underline your THESIS. The last portion of the assignment is to list your supporting evidence and counter evidence. YOU WILL NOT WRITE AN ESSAY FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT. Students are expected to refer to the textbook and other sources that we have read for the exam; references to additional (outside) sources are welcome, but not required. Your essay preparation work should be from course readings/materials. All references to the literature must be properly cited (in whatever citation form students prefer). Your responses must reflect an understanding of the readings from the textbook and a presence at the lectures. Your responses must be based on the relevant readings, lectures, films, class discussions, and hand-outs. The goal is to demonstrate that you have read the assigned material and understand key concepts. Remember to use specific evidence and/or examples to support your arguments. You should include your sources as notations in your evidence section as this is an important part of the writing process. Please include a Works Cited page in MLA or Chicago format. (Opinions without evidence, however interesting, are not sufficient.) Please DO NOT use materials from the Internet without clear identification of the source. DO NOT cite texts without using inverted commas and appropriate attribution. Copying of texts from the Internet is considered plagiarism. Be sure to have a clear argument that you defend with relevant evidence. Please underline your THESIS. Organize your assignment with a logical structure. This assignment is worth up to 100 points. *Below is the full essay prompt, but you are only responsible for brainstorming and writing the thesis. This prompt will be the same for all of the remaining Historical Analysis Assignments. Essay Questions: Using material from class (lectures, readings, etc), critically answer one (1) of the following essay questions. You must address completely all aspects of the question asked. Your essay is worth a total of one hundred (100) points. Your responses must be based on the relevant readings, lectures, films, class discussions, and hand-outs. The goal is to demonstrate that you have read the assigned material and understand key concepts. Remember to use specific evidence and/or examples to support your arguments. (Opinions without evidence, however interesting, are not sufficient.) Questions: How did the south attempt to redefine the meaning of the Civil War after Reconstruction? Was it successful? Why or why not? How did the Industrial Revolution contribute to inequality? Use specific examples from course material. How did the railroad transform the United States and “make” the American West? Be sure to consider how it transformed the lives of Native Americans as well as Americans moving westward. What were some of the justifications for expansion? What were the arguments against? Be sure that you can discuss and analyze the debates over American imperialism within the United States. What issues existed concerning immigration in the US in the late-19thand early-20th centuries? Be sure to consider the factors behind immigration, questions of assimilation, and political responses in your answer. For this assignment, you will follow the steps listed in the document, Writing a History Paper: The Basics, and complete steps 1 through 5 of the list below:
- Choose one of the following questions.
- Discuss the impacts of Physician-Assisted Suicide.
- How dose this reading to your experiences or the experiences of other individuals?
- List three types of goods that are classified as inventory.
- Discuss Diet related disease: high blood pressure.
- Discuss The differences of the Culture and Values between the United States and Spain.
- In “The Good Samaritan,” what steps did the Samaritan take to help the beaten man?
- Discuss African Americans in sports.
- Analyze the influence of cultural diversity when addressing global issues.
- Discuss Natural Language Processing for the Social Sciences.