Final Exam For your final exam, you will write two essays (worth 25 points each,

Final Exam
For your final exam, you will write two essays (worth 25 points each, 100 total for both) and identify terms (worth 25 points total). Write your answer in a word document.
For your final exam, you will answer two of the following questions. Each essay should be a minimum of five paragraphs and 500 words, but be sure to thoroughly address the prompt and provide specific examples. For example, you may discuss the historical context generally, but you must provide clear examples from lecture and the reading.
Treat your response as an essay. Remember to include a thesis with specific examples to prove your claim. Good responses will include the following characteristics:
A thesis statement that clearly expresses your position.
Consistent commentary on the significance of your examples in proving your claim and situating your arguments within the context of this course.
A satisfying conclusion. This is not a mere summary of your points.
Number your essay 1 and 2 and write them one after the other on the first response page before turning to defining terms.
Suggested Timeline for each essay:
Prewriting/Outlining: 5-10 minutes
Essay Writing: 120-240 minutes
Revision/Proofreading: 5-10 minutes
Discuss the changes in race relations between Reconstruction and the end of First World War. What changes were implemented during Reconstruction? How did those changes unravel? How did the life of former slaves differ from Reconstruction to the implementation of the Jim Crow Laws? Make sure to include immigrants in your discussion.
Discuss the causes of the “Great Depression.” How did the FDR administration respond to this era? How did his administration change the relationship between citizens and the government? Make sure to discuss at least three specific programs FDR passed as part of the “New Deal.”
Discuss the changes in the treatment of immigrants in American history. How did attitudes towards immigrants change after WWI? What were the groups that were stigmatized by Americans in this era? Make sure to include the quota system limiting immigration from various parts of the world in your discussion.
Pick 5 of these 10 terms and define them in 30-50 word answers for each term. Number each of your answers from 1-5. Each term you define is worth five points. Your task is to define the terms with context, meaning an explanation that provides the terms significance to US history. Your answer should be written in your own words, and not be taken directly from the powerpoint or reading.
Terms: 1. Suffragette, 2. Red Summer, 3. Manhattan Project, 4. Containment, 5. Executive Order 9066, 6. Iron Curtain, 7. Committee for Public Information, 8. D-Day, 9. Muckraker, 10. Plessy v Ferguson
this a my final exam so the professor requires us to do 2 essays in total as you can see. you have to choose 2 of the questions and do both essay in one document but not mixed. after the second essay citations, please create a new page forthe definitions and make sure for both of the essays there is no grammar errors and no plagirism or else i will get a F. also, please provide a good thesis, body paragraphs and conclusion. make sure to put citations as well. i will provide some lectures and reading to use for those essays too because you are supposed to provide info from them. make sure you take your time to provide me a good work. thank you!
the minimum The essay has to be is at least three claims and five paragraphs 500 words in total that are on topic. This is the minimum for a passing grade but like i requested for 4 pages please do the essays equally so for example 2 pages each essay. whatever works best but it has to be more than 500 words. and make sure to include the definitons.
introduction:
It might give background information on the topic, include an explanation of what the different points of view are, give historical information, use ideas from the reading, or PowerPoint sources.
thesis:
The thesis statement takes a thoughtful and analytical position on the topic that is arguable—it’s something that needs to be supported.
body paragraphs:
There are multiple body paragraphs that are logically organized and related to the thesis, and avoids making claims without any evidence.
sources:
he evidence presented is from the lecture and the reading, including multiple relevant quotations.
– The conclusion address the “so what?” question by helping the reader see the importance of the topic.
8 sources for each essay

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