final paper onPart A
For Part A of the final paper, you should ONLY submit your thesis statement, tentative outline, and bibliography. The completed paper should be submitted as Part B.
Your thesis and outline should be written in full sentences.
To receive up to 5 points in extra credit, take your final paper to the Writing Center. On the top right corner of your paper, input the name of the person who took case of you, as well as the confirmation number of your appointment.
1. Thesis: Establish what is the purpose of your paper? Be sure to narrow your topic to a particular topic (see below) and a case study of a specific tribe (choose one of your interest). See examples of how to write a thesis statement here. (Links to an external site.)
2. Outline: List your three key potential arguments to support your thesis in a sentence each.
3. Bibliography: List five potential academic sources. (Links to an external site.)
1. Thesis: The purpose of this paper is to explore how the Iroquois’ confederacy and concept of freedom of expression, inspired the US Constitution.
Argument A: Why did the Iroquois considered freedom of expression as sacred? How did it shape the Iroquois confederacy?
Argument B: Case study: How did the Iroquois’ form of government inspired the thinking the constitutional framers?
Argument C: How have Native Americans continued to contribute toward the expansion of Religious Freedom laws in the US?
2. Bibliography: Go to our library’s website https://library.fiu.edu/, (Links to an external site.)and type in the key words of your topic. Here are some examples:
“Iroquois freedom of expression,” “Iroquois and US constitution,” “Iroquois confederacy,” “Iroquois and Freedom of Expression.”