The Ottoman Empire, , the Ottoman siege of Vienna , the rise and fall and other important aspect about the Ottoman empire Papers must use at least 3 primary sources and 3 secondary sources. (7-page minimum, 1 inch margins, 12 font).
Take-Home Final Essay Exam Prompt (Due at 5pm on Wednesday, March 20) For your take-home final exam, please write 1,500 words on the following prompt: Choose ONE (1) of the themes below that we have discussed and read about over the course of the quarter and answer the following question based on your chosen theme: […]
Construct one 15 items annotated bibliography on teaching K-5 social studies. It mustvinclude: 5 books short summary (books) 5 scholarly articles short summary 5 internet web sites short summary.. refefences most be included .
n this discussion, you will consider how historical lenses can affect the study of a historical topic. Select one of the secondary source articles from your research. After reading that article, write a discussion post about which of the following lenses you believe the article is using: social, political, economic, or other. Use at least […]
3-4-1 Activity: Secondary Source Analysis Worksheet
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Describe the composition, imagery, symbolism, and captions in each political cartoons. What are some notable similarities and differences in the style of drawing or amount of detail in each political cartoon? Consider the captions for each cartoon; who is be represented in animal form in the first cartoon, and why is that significant? Look up […]
Discuss and analyze the rise of the Federalist Party and the Democratic-Republican Party from 1789 to 1815. On which issues did they agree? On which issues did they disagree? Did the first parties subvert the founding principles of the United States, or did the parties help make the United States work? Please check the file […]
3 page mini paper about black history, a reflection paper after lecture.
Over the 11-week course, we have covered many events and issues that arose in the United States between 1865 and today. From the era of Reconstruction, the Progressive era and Jim Crow, the roaring 20s and the Great Depression, the Cold War and Civil Rights struggles, on through the age of Information to now. […]