External link to Students, view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center. Due Week

Students, view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center. Due Week

Students, view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center. Due Week 7 and worth 70 points After the Civil War and by the mid-20th century, the United States had become the dominant force in international relations. Some have argued that the United States’ military functions as the world’s “police.” This assignment […]

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Freedom has many meanings. Throughout our course we have discussed the different perspectives of freedom from the frontier era to today. What did freedom mean

Freedom has many meanings. Throughout our course we have discussed the different perspectives of freedom from the frontier era to today. What did freedom mean to these Tennesseans? How did it mean different things to different people? Can we discuss “freedom” in singular terms? Be sure to look at the groups of people who have often been marginalized from an overarching historical narrative. Drawing your […]

External link to Select one of the following prompts and answer in the form of a well-developed essay. Follow MLA guidelines. Write a minimum of 1350 words. Use

Select one of the following prompts and answer in the form of a well-developed essay. Follow MLA guidelines. Write a minimum of 1350 words. Use

Select one of the following prompts and answer in the form of a well-developed essay.  Follow MLA guidelines.  Write a minimum of 1350 words. Use a minimum of four secondary sources, two of which must be peer-reviewed. Many can be found through the school library in the form of articles, books, and videos. The setting is both the time and geographic location within this work […]

External link to In this unit, you have learned many things regarding the Gilded Age while also getting a quick peek into the Progressive Age. Based on this

In this unit, you have learned many things regarding the Gilded Age while also getting a quick peek into the Progressive Age. Based on this

In this unit, you have learned many things regarding the Gilded Age while also getting a quick peek into the Progressive Age. Based on this knowledge from the lesson and readings, identify the events introduced in this post-Civil War era that you feel best represent Twain’s imagery of “The Gilded Age.” Explain your reasoning for this selection. The essay should focus on, but not be […]

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Students must write a position paper focusing on a controversial and/or important topic related to the history of Africans in the U.S. The paper should

Students must write a position paper focusing on a controversial and/or important topic related to the history of Africans in the U.S.   The paper should be between 3-5 pages (double-spaced; 12-font) and should include the following: 1) A clear statement of your position on the chosen topic. Example:   “I believe that stem research is wrong….” 2) At least four strong logical arguments/facts supporting your position. Example: […]

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Discuss your reaction to the character of Hamlet in the two (2) soliloquies from the text. Consider the extent to which you sympathize with him

Discuss your reaction to the character of Hamlet in the two (2) soliloquies from the text. Consider the extent to which you sympathize with him and / or think he is self-absorbed. Explain the manner in which the literary form of soliloquy shapes your view of Hamlet. Identify one (1) or two (2) lines (except “To be, or not to be”) that you find interesting […]

External link to Read Chapters 25 and 26, and this selection from by Tim O’Brien: Once all reading is complete, respond to the following: You are required to

Read Chapters 25 and 26, and this selection from by Tim O’Brien: Once all reading is complete, respond to the following: You are required to

Read Chapters 25 and 26, and this selection from by Tim O’Brien: Once all reading is complete, respond to the following: You are required to submit an initial posting (200 words minimum) that addresses the items above. You are also expected to respond to the posting of at least one other student (100 words minimum). Your response should address why you agree/disagree with their posting, […]

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In two or three sentences define . Place the term in its context (Who?, What?, When?, Where?, and SIGNIFICANCE) and describe its use. Essay. Write

In two or three sentences define . Place the term in its context (Who?, What?, When?,  Where?, and SIGNIFICANCE) and describe its use. Essay. Write a to page, essay on of the numbered topics below relating to the subject matter of this course: American diplomacy/foreign affairs/foreign policy. Use only sources or references included in this course from your readings, PowerPoint, and Lectures provided: Write a […]

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I have attachment below. In two to three sentences, respond to each question. To develop your responses, combine your experience deploying search terms to locate

I have attachment below.  In two to three sentences, respond to each question. To develop your responses, combine your experience deploying search terms to locate the three primary sources in this learning block with your own reflections on the questions posed. Regardless of whether or not you were able to find all three sources, complete all question prompts before you submit your responses. It is […]

External link to How to write an excellent reflection •What is each author arguing? Based on what evidence? •Include the key relevant points from each text •How does

How to write an excellent reflection •What is each author arguing? Based on what evidence? •Include the key relevant points from each text •How does

How to write an excellent reflection •What is each author arguing? Based on what evidence? •Include the key relevant points from each text •How does each text contribute to your understanding of the history? •What are the interpretations advanced by each author? Which interpretations do you find most persuasive, and why? •Bring all evidence and analysis back to the main theme of your reflection •What […]

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