use those two documents as the basis for their essay.
Students will then write at least 5 paragraphs (and at least 1,000 words) comparing and contrasting the perspectives of slavery expressed in these documents. What do these documents reveal about slavery in America?
Your short essay should have a thesis statement at the end of your first paragraph outlining your interpretation of the documents and their significance in argument form. paper must also provide specific examples from the text, and incorporate information from Building the American Republic and additional secondary sources that you choose through your own research. You should use at least two secondary sources in your essay, including Building the American Republic.
(looking for supporting resources in historical documents)start reading with Reconstructing the Republic.
To support your thesis and analysis of the sources, you should provide relevant context, explain each documentâ€™s perspective, analyze what the documents are arguing, and how the documents relate/inform one another. And finally, you will need to discuss what these documents reveal about slavery in the early 19th century. Or in other words, you should expand on the questions included in the courseâ€™s document worksheet in essay format. You are not pretending to be the documentâ€™s author â€“ you are using the documentâ€™s point of view as a window into this controversial past event.
ALSO,PLEASE ENSURE THAT SOURCES YOU IDENTIFY THROUGH RESEARCH ARE SCHOLARLY AND RELIABLE – WIKIPEDIA AND EQUIVALENT SOURCES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE
Studentâ€™s name and class title/number in the top right corner of the header (which should repeat on each page).
Page numbers centered in the footer of each page
The total word count for the response/body of the paper included at the end of the response
The title for paper centered on first line of body of paper
Underneath the title, include the citation for the historical document assigned
No extra spaces between paragraphs
12 point, standard font, such as Times New Roman