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Modern Britain – Gobbet on Two Topics – The Jacobite Threat Speech of Thomas Herring Archbishop of York & The Declaration, Resolutions, and Constitution of the Societies of United Irishmen

"For this assignment you are required to write on TWO topics" (Topics Attached)


"A Note on How to Write Gobbets

The primary documents, normally an extract of text (especially a quotation) or image, is provided
as a context for analysis, discussion, or translation. A well written gobbet should have the
following elements:

a. it will identify the document and context (including its language, whether the text
provided is a translation, and the place where this document was done), its
purpose and the main characters involved;

b. it will comment on the particular point or points raised in the extract (ask yourself,
why was this extract set?);

c. it will explain any distinctive words or phrases;

d. it will then, towards the end, comment more discursively on some of the broader
issues involved. Is this a true or accurate narrative of events? Are the hopes of
the protagonist ultimately realized? Where does this extract fit into

Modern Britain – Prince Albert’s Maiden Speech

Please write a discussion piece analyzing: H.R.H. Prince Albert's maiden speech delivered before the World Anti-Slavery Convention at Exeter Hall on June 1, 1840  (Attached)

Here are a few example questions to keep in mind during your primary source analysis:

What is the source being analyzed? Is it a text, an image, a video?

What sort of material is it (journal entry, poem, song lyrics, painting, inscription, political pamphlet, documentary etc.)?

Who created it?

Why was it created?

Where and when was the source created?

What was happening concurrently in the larger historical picture (e.g. war, famine, the rise of Cthulhu) when the source was created?

How reliable was the creators knowledge of the events (s)he describes?

Is the creator biased? If so, which way? How is this shown?

Is the creator trying to persuade the reader/viewer/listener of a particular point?

Can anything be said about the creators a

Modern Britain Articles of Union 1707

Please write a discussion piece analyzing the Articles of Union (1707) (Attached)

Here are a few example questions to keep in mind during your primary source analysis:

What is the source being analyzed? Is it a text, an image, a video?

What sort of material is it (journal entry, poem, song lyrics, painting, inscription, political pamphlet, documentary etc.)?

Who created it?

Why was it created?

Where and when was the source created?

What was happening concurrently in the larger historical picture (e.g. war, famine, the rise of Cthulhu) when the source was created?

How reliable was the creators knowledge of the events (s)he describes?

Is the creator biased? If so, which way? How is this shown?

Is the creator trying to persuade the reader/viewer/listener of a particular point?

Can anything be said about the creators attitude or point of view from the source?

Does the creators attitude reflect or conflict w

History

As we have seen in this unit, the origins of the American Revolution were complicated. While the Declaration of Independence has long been viewed as the beginning of the Revolution, in reality, the storm had been brewing for decades by the time Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence in 1776.

In this essay, you will be analyzing and evaluating the causes of the American Revolution using both primary and secondary sources.

In the process, you will be practicing one of the key skills in the historical thinking: evidence-based argumentation. Learning to make a clear argument that is supported by specific evidence is essential to the kind of critical thinking that your time in college should help you develop.

Task

Please ensure you read the following from the content of this unit:

Assigned Readings:

American (pro-Revolutionary) perspective
Resolutions Stamp Act Congress
The Rights of the British Colonies Asserted and Proved

African American

Papers should address the following inquiries:
a) Provide a summary of the reading
b) State the readings main argument (s)
c) What sources does the author use to support thesis / argument? d) What are the major questions and / or issues addressed?
e) What are the strengths and weaknesses of the authors study? f) Your thoughts / critiques on the readings

Please answers two article in each question!!!!!!!!!

black woman history

Papers should address the following inquiries:
a) Provide a summary of the reading
b) State the readings main argument (s)
c) What sources does the author use to support thesis / argument? d) What are the major questions and / or issues addressed?
e) What are the strengths and weaknesses of the authors study? f) Your thoughts / critiques on the readings

Please answer both of the article in each question!!!!!!!!!!

Americas involvement in Vietnam

Introduction:
In one to two paragraphs, examine Americas involvement in Vietnam from the 1950s until 1965.
Be sure to use at least one properly cited quote from The American Nation and one from American Issues.
Read sections 29.1.3, Vietnam: A Finger in the Dike, and 29.3.1, Vietnamization, in The American Nation and answer the following questions:
What was going on in Vietnam that caused the number of US troops to increase from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands?
Why was it so important to keep South Vietnam out of the hands of Communists?
Who were the Vietcong?
The American Perspective on Vietnam
In two to three paragraphs, examine Americas perspective on Vietnam.
Be sure to use at least three properly cited quotes from The American Nation and/or American Issues.
Read A Brief History of Hanois Campaign of Aggression Against South Vietnam in American Issues (pgs. 323-326) and answer the following questions:
What was Hanois (the capitol of North Vi

Kevin J. Fernlund: The Cold War American West, 1945-1989

1. Describe the author, the period in which he/she wrote, and his/her status in the field.
2. Explain if the book you chose is primarily research/academic, analysis, or opinion.
3. Describe the basic underlying thesis of the work.
4. Explain how the thesis is outlined and defended.
5. Describe how the author uses primary and secondary sources.

president obama had the legal authority to order operation geronimo

just so you understand why the topic is worded like that its ether president Obama did or didn't not have the legal authority to order operation Geronimo. Anyway it has to be a five paragraph persuasive essay on the Geronimo case study. the essay must be a minimum of three full pages and no more then five pages in length. this does not include a APA formatted title and reference page (needs both of these). must provide a minimum of two references on said reference page. title page will include, title of paper, rank last name, first name, and institutional affiliation (advance leaders course). at least two citations written in author/date format.

The Square (Egyptian documentary about the 2011 revolution)

'' this task is to analyze this movie
Your intro paragraph can contain a brief plot synopsis, but the body paragraphs of your paper should analyze how the director/filmmaker gets their message across. Don't tell me what happened in the movie, tell me how and why the director made their choices. What is the filmmaker commenting on in Middle Eastern culture, history, or society? How do they use sound, visuals, dialogue, characterization, symbolism and other factors to reach their viewer? Finally, how does the filmmaker's message connect to the themes and ideas of this class.
You can reference Smith's text where useful, but your most useful quotes will be from film dialogue. Don't use outside sources pleas
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