“Sources are too unreliable and historians themselves [are too] biased, for us to truly have any certainty about past events. History is really just a lot of conflicting opinions.”
To what extent do you agree or disagree with the quote? Be sure to include examples to support your argument. (1-2 paragraphs MAX!!!)
Student identifies 3-4 major themes from the hex web.
Student explains significance of each theme
Students provides specific examples to support each theme.
What are working-class jobs at this time for young people?
Why are most unions opposed to women entering the fields?
What are the various concerns regarding popular amusements which were gaining in popularity at this time?
1. Why did some women who attended college decide not to marry?
2. What types of careers are open to women?
3. What were some goals of Susan B. Anthony and other women’s rights activists of the time?
4. What were some of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s ideas about feminism?
5. How was suffrage granted to women in the US? What states granted suffrage before others?
6. According to Mary Church Terell why did African-American women form their own political organizations?
7. What was Ida B. Well’s Barnett known for?
8. What does Lillian Faderman contribute to the history of women’s relationships?
9. In what ways did the cultural view of intimate female relationships change from the 1800s into the 1900s?
What type of society is Booker T. Washington introducing?
What does he envision between Blacks and Whites?
Who are the audiences of Washington’s, Du Bois’, and Hope’s speeches?
What was W. E. B. Du Bois’ views about Washington’s speech?
What does W. E. B. Du Bois propose as a solution to Washington’s speech?
In what ways does John Hope suggest that the lack of social equality would impede the progress of Blacks?
Dear Sir,At the end of your discussion post only, here I want you to create a character for yourself as a Black person living at the turn of the century during these speeches.
Write a letter to the person whose argument, Washington or Du Bois, that you find more appealing.
Start your letter with, “Dear Sir. W. E. B. Du Bois, ” or “Dear Sir. Booker T. Washington, ”
Explain why you agree with, Washington’s or Du Bois’, speech in your 100-words letter.
In the letter describe your character’s name, age, employment, marital status, children, family, and living location/community, as it relates to your letter discussion.
Explain how their argument has or will uplift your Black family, only. Make your letter is very personal to you. No other group (race/culture) discussion will qualify, do not discuss other groups (race/culture), and no points will be given.
Sign the letter as as you like.
All content post must have must use 5 footnotes and a bibliography at the end.
Only use the attached articles and the textbook, no outsider other sources can be used.
To get the maximum amount of point students must answer each question.
Number and retype each discussion prompt question (1 to 6). Typing each question does not count in the word-count.
Do not retype Question #7, just write the letter according to the directions.
Post your weekly reflections to the readings, films (if any) and lectures on the Discussion Board.
What did you learn from the materials? What questions did they prompt for you? What new lines of research might you want to investigate? Your reflections can take a variety of forms, including a short write-up (200 words), an audio a news article accompanied by your own text about its relevance to what you read, or a combination thereof. The main point is that you engage with the materials in some way and share those findings with your classmates.
Reading: Chapter 2-4
Film, Who Killed Vincent Chin? (dir. Christine Choy, 1987)
walking with the Wind Writing Assignment-500-word max
Due in Canvas by Tuesday, July 12 by 11:59pm OBJECTIVE: Using the primary and/or secondary sources provided, consider what it took to participate in non-violent action in the 1960s and what responsibility each person had to abide by the rules. Demonstrate that you can paraphrase sources using proper parenthetical citations. Demonstrate that you can write in active voice with subjects and active verbs as opposed to passive voice. Avoid direct quotes; prove you understand the assigned material by paraphrasing instead Cite using MLA parenthetical citations EVERY time you paraphrase info from a source Submit your typed work via Canvas; no paper, handwritten, or emailed copies Use the standard MLA header found at the OWL: https://bit.ly/2DDhTmd Must be typed, Times New Roman, 12-point font,
Control of land has been an essential part of what it means to be a free American from the founding of the country. What are some places where we see control of land impact the way people lived in the past? How does land either demonstrate or restrict freedom? Some things to think about might be Special Field Order 15, the transition to large-scale farming and migrant labor, or red-lining. You are always free to come up with your own examples based on the material from the course.
Do write at least 250 words.
Don’t write more than 500 words.
Do use your own words — I want to know what you have to say!
Don’t look anything up, outside of using your textbook. Your grade for this assignment is based on your ability to answer the question thoughtfully, something I know all of you can do.
Do focus on the past and what you know about it.
Don’t focus on present debates about land ownership. A single reference is fine, but the bulk of your response needs to be about the past.
Jul 12th, 2022
Choose a topic on any aspect of Zombies (it does not have to match the topic from part 1) and look for a resource that is digital in nature (video clips, online museums, podcasts, etc.). Write a short one-page response that answers the questions listed below. You will be graded on effort, following directions, spelling, and grammar.
What is the topic and digital item that you chose (include web address).
Why did you choose it?
What is the purpose of the digital item? (Why is it online?)
What makes this item, in your opinion, a good or bad resource? (Be specific)
Provide a brief review of the item – summary, main points, etc.
Write an Executive Summary (EXSUM) on the assigned Non-Commissioned Officer Common Core Competencies (NCOCCC) of Leadership while balancing it against, “The Leadership Imperative Case Study” throughout your EXSUM. Your task is to complete your weekly required lessons and readings, then analyze the assigned case study, and NCOCCC. Your EXSUM must possess critical thinking, reasoning, a shared focus and approach to both the historical case study, and the assigned NCOCCC. Your EXSUM must possess additional (In addition to the Case Study) scholastic research and references to support your findings. You must possess at least two citations/references (besides the assigned Case Study) that are scholastic in nature. The goal of the EXSUM is to provide you a tool to utilize throughout your career when breaking down and summarizing major events. The case studies will allow you to see how the actors represented and/or embodied these NCOCCCs. Learner late submissions will result in the subtraction of five points per day. Utilize the Anaconda Example document as your template.
In order to assist in the development and update of the 1AD Common Operational Picture (COP), utilize the Phase 1 Significant Events handout. This handout contains information more current/relevant than the originally published OPORD. In your Discussion Board Original Post, please answer the following three questions:
1. Determine how you control where information goes?
2. How is information is handled?
3. What is the best way to represent the information e.g. graphics, narrative, hyperlink, etc.
For the final discussion board post of the term you need to visit this site, and click on the tabs from “The Watergate Trial” to “The Aftermath,” and read the essays and documents there regarding the Watergate case:
http://www.fordlibrarymuseum.gov/museum/exhibits/watergate_files/ (Links to an external site.)
Once you have done that in your initial discussion board post, you need to propose a theory to explain who ordered the break-in at the Watergate hotel, and why. Use specific evidence from these sources to support your argument. In your responses to your classmates’ posts, you need to discuss whether or not you agree with their assessment giving specific information from the website to help support your ideas.