Christopher Columbus to the Civil War/Reconstruction


For HIST 1301, this can be anything from Christopher Columbus to the Civil War/Reconstruction.For HIST 1302, this can be anything after Reconstructions up to the last chapter that is covered in the book. For HIST 2311 it could be anything from the beginning of written history to 18th Century Europe, and in 2312 from the Scientific Revolution to modern times.In GOVT 2305 students could write about anything between Court decisions, Framers intent in writing the Constitution, to letters of a president, first-lady or other notable character.In GOVT 2306, students could explore anything from the Constitution of 1876 to modern day issues, such as health care or undocumented workers. In addition, students must use a secondary source that backs up or provides information to clarify information in the primary source.An example of this would be if a student chooses a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, a secondary source that gives information about who James Madison was and a little bit of background information about him would meet the requirements.One secondary source is required, but students can use more than one. Please see the information after the Power Point about Primary and Secondary sources to find out more information about finding a Primary Source.  Step 3: After a primary source and secondary sources) is chosen, students can begin to write the paper by answering the 10 questions below.The finished product should be a formal paper that is 3-5 7501250 words) pages written in essay style minimal work will get a minimal grade).At the top left of the first page, show the word count.There should NOT be a cover page. Reviews are to be doubled-spaced in Microsoft Word format utilizing MLA format and must include a works cited page. Reviews should be composed in Times New Roman 12 point font.There must be internal citations within the paper itself. Take into consideration the information presented in the Overview of Primary Source Documents lesson: Address the following points in your review, but do NOT answer the questions line-by-line: