Using college-level writing (PROOFREAD with proper spelling, grammar, usage,
sentence structure, etc.), answer each of the questions in paragraphs that:
PARAPHRASING, DIRECT QUOTING, SUMMARIZING);
1. Use your own words as much as possible. NO LONG
CITATIONS/QUOTATIONS. You should never cite more than one reasonable sentence.
Discuss the sources by the name of the source – when using in-text citations, reference Shi and Mayer. For the Record: A Documentary History of America, 6th Ed. Vol. II. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2016. Page numbers are clearly listed for each source.
2. The answers are based on your interpretations of the documents and explanations with the sources used to support your answers – not to write the answers for you. BE CAREFUL – AVOID OPINION/JUDGEMENT. DO NOT WRITE “I think”; “I believe” or anything alluding to “your” opinion. NO PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
Any paraphrasing, summarizing or copying directly that is not cited properly will result in a grade of “0”. This is PLAGIARISM/academic dishonesty.