Prompt: Based on expected outcome.
WHAT WERE THE RUDIMENTARY ASPECTS OF THE CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF THE COLONIAL PERIOD THAT HELPED TO DEVELOP THE REPUBLICAN REPRESENTATION OF GOVERNMENT AND THE CREATION OF DEMOCRATIC SYSTEMS THAT ARE NOW IN PLACE? WHAT PARTICULAR INSTITUTIONS WERE DERIVED FROM THESE HISTORICAL EVENTS?
Focus on TWO of the following points:
-How the colonies developed individual local government
-As the colonies progressed, how certain regions of America developed distinct characteristics and institutions
-The neglect of the British government precipitated self-sufficiency and individuality
-The creation of the Declaration of Independence and the nations first form of organized government.
You are to utilize two primary and two secondary sources to provide evidence for your paper. You will use the MLA style of writing to complete this assignment. This method will be defined in class for a more simple approach. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.
From the OWL Purdue website:
Primary vs. Secondary Sources
Just as sources can be scholarly or popular, sources are also divided into primary and secondary.
A primary source is a firsthand or eyewitness account of information by an individual close to the topic. Examples of primary sources include autobiographies, personal correspondence (e.g., diary entries, letters), government documents, works of art and literature, statistics and data, and newspaper articles written by reporters close to the source. Today, even some social media posts are considered primary sources, because they are firsthand accounts of information.
A secondary source is a source that is more removed from an event, usually written after the event has happened. Examples of secondary sources include biographies, interpretation of statistics and data, and anything written after an historical event or analyzing something that already happened (e.g., examining a work of art from 100 years ago).
Depending on your research, you may need more primary or secondary sources. For example, if you wanted to trace the history of whale sightings off the coast of Alaska, you would probably need to find some historical documents that provide firsthand information on whale sightings from a few hundred years ago. However, if you wanted to look at how boating has changed whale migration patterns, you would probably rely on some secondary sources that interpret data and statistics.
When evaluating sources, being able to determine whether its primary or secondary is helpful as you continue in your research.
Do not use the following such as secondary sources: Wikipedia, Thoughtco, USHistory.com, Khanacademy.org, Infoplease, Openstax, encyclopedia.com, PBS.org, Apexlearning, Britannica.com, histnotes.com, historytoday.com, weebly.com, investopia.com, grit.com, docsteach.org, courses.lumenlearning.com, smore.com, gradefixer.com, brainyquote.com, onlinelibrary.wiley.com, any news magazine sources like newsweek.com, etc. These only provide limited information and only highlight the topic.
Paper information below
Your paper will include:
Text with MLA style of citations
Bibliography or works cited page
Again the length of your paper should be four pages long text.
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