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short response

Make a short response to any of the three following (or a blend of them) in relationship to the reading – the image of the two people (photo) – We Are Still Here    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnPKzZzSClM – When Your Hands are Tied   https://vimeo.com/10752418

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reading summary

very briefly summarize the content and argument, placing the reading within its disciplinary/theoretical field.  What question(s) is the author trying to answer?  What issue in the field is s/he responding to?  How successful is the piece, and what contributions does it make?  How does it engage with other readings/themes/questions in this course?

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Final

answer each question in at least 250 words each. What was the Fertile Crescent and what was its importance?  The crusades have been called successful failures by historians. In your opinion is this an accurate statement?  Why?  What was Henry VIII’s role in the Protestant Reformation?  What were the social and economic consequences of the plague in 14th century Europe?

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Who Built Great Zimbabwe?

Watch the video.  Answer the questions.   https://youtu.be/quzjmZ-7s6w   Why did you give it this rating? (1-5star) (1 SENTESE)  Still today, much of African history is often clouded by the perspective of non-Africans. Why is it important to explore the past from more than just written records and designate proper ownership of historical and cultural achievements  (5-7 sentenses)

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Berlin Wall Essay

I want a line time in five-paragraph about Berlin Wall First: Identify a Beginning (background information) Second: Event 1 Third: Event 2 Fourth: Event 3 Fifth: Identify a Climax or Ending  Please see the attach because there have the necessary questions for developed in each step or event. You will define each event (1,2,3) for secuency during the Berlin Wall. Please NO plagiarism, with references […]

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FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL MEDIA

You are at the end of the course! This course aimed to teach the fundamentals of digital media as it relates to digital design, motion graphics, and Web technology. Based on what you have learned in the course from each of the different specializations: 1. Identify the specialization you found to be the most in-line with your interests. 2. Identify and explain three things you […]

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DiscW1 (Urgent)

Choose a sentence or short section from the article embedded in your webtext reading about Irish immigration. Copy and paste the sentence or section into your discussion post. Along with this sentence or section, briefly explain how your choice illustrates the concept of change over time. You should also answer the following questions in your post: How does this article give you a better understanding […]

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Essay

Read the discussion of descriptive representation in Chapter 4. Then, review how Congress has changed over time with respect to race and ethnicity, women and veterans in the Pew Research article The changing face of Congress in 6 charts. Discuss the different trends in Congress and what do you think it means for the future?  Does it matter if members of Congress look like most […]

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three questions and write brief essays (roughly 3-4 paragraphs)

1.  Some texts express the desperation felt by workers who find themselves outside the working world. The poem What Work Is touches on this theme. Compare and contrast how the workers in this poem and another poem of your choosing deal with the prospect of not having work.  2.  How do the principles of Benjamin Franklin, as expressed in the readings of this term (Autobiography) […]

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History

1) After John Cabot’s trip to North America in the early 1500s, it was nearly a full century before England began any real attempt at colonizing America. Conforming to the above guidelines, write a minimum 500-word essay in which you discuss the important changes that took place in England that opened the way for the development of their colonial activity. 2) From the late 1760s to […]

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Blog 1

The idea of a €˜Blog’ in this class is to make a striking claim to challenge common assumptions about religion. Think creatively along these lines: 1) What is a common assumption your friends have of religion based on the topic; and 2) respond to that common assumption with what you have learned in the course by €˜Bushwhacking’ or clearing the misconceptions about the topic. There […]

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History 2 Discussion 5

260 words Discussion #6: Did America really practice isolation and neutrality during WWI? In 1914 Woodrow Wilson proclaimed U.S. neutrality, and asked the American people to remain “impartial in thought as well as deed.” At the end of the war, some members of the government pushed to expand American influence but to also remain free of any commitments, a policy its critics referred to as […]

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History 2 discussion 4

260 words Discussion #5: How progressive was the Progressive Era? The Progressive era stands out as a time when reformers sought to address social ills brought about by a rapidly changing society. Debates surrounded issues such as political corruption, the regulation of business practices, racial equality, women’s suffrage and the living conditions of impoverished immigrants overcrowded into urban slums.  In order to prepare for this […]

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History 2 Discussion 3

The Republican victory in 1896 gave heart to proponents of prosperity through foreign trade.   McKinley sought neither war nor colonies, but many in his party wanted both. Called “jingos,” they included Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Theodore Roosevelt; John Hay, the ambassador to London, and senators Albert Beveridge and Henry Cabot Lodge.  Britain, France, and Germany were seizing territory around the world, and jingos […]

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short response

Make a short response to any of the three following (or a blend of them) in relationship to the reading – the image of the two people (photo) – We Are Still Here    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnPKzZzSClM – When Your Hands are Tied   https://vimeo.com/10752418

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DiscW1 (Urgent)

Choose a sentence or short section from the article embedded in your webtext reading about Irish immigration. Copy and paste the sentence or section into your discussion post. Along with this sentence or section, briefly explain how your choice illustrates the concept of change over time. You should also answer the following questions in your post: How does this article give you a better understanding […]

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David Walker’s Appeal Primary Source Analysis

Read David Walker’s book “Appeal” and compose a 4-5 page (double-spaced) analysis of the text. In your paper you should: identify the author and the context (time, place) where they lived and the circumstances of their life, explain the major details of the sections read/covered, explain what insights related to their identity they offer. How did the author Walker understand themselves in the context of American slavery? What […]

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Western History Writing Assignment 2

Charlemagne was a medieval emperor who ruled much of Western Europe from 768 to 814. In 771, Charlemagne became king of the Franks, a Germanic tribe in present-day Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and western Germany. He embarked on a mission to unite all Germanic peoples into one kingdom, and to convert his subjects to Christianity. A skilled military strategist, he spent much of his […]

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