HIS201 Full Course Latest 2017 October

HIS201 Full Course Latest 2017 October

HIS201 Unit 1 Discussion Latest 2017 October Analyze the impact of early exploration and settlement on both the New World and Europe. What do you believe was the greatest negative and positive impact of the interaction between Europeans and Native societies? In what respect did these interactions not only change Europe and the New World, but instead create a “new” global society? When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you agree with their position or information explaining why you do not agree with their position. Make sure to provide cited information to support your positions. All work must be in APA format.

HIS201 Unit 2 Discussion Latest 2017 October Discuss the demography, economies, and politics of the Spanish, French, Dutch, and English colonies in North America in the years 1500-1700. Think critically about life during this time period in the colonies of North America. If you could travel back in time, which colonial settlement would you have wanted to settle and why? Provide specific demographics to explain where you would settle. For example: New England, Middle, or Southern colonies if you choose the English colonies. Provide an explanation and analysis for all your decisions. When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you also agree with their decision or information explaining why you do not agree with their choice. Make sure to provide cited information to support your positions. All work must be in APA format.

HIS201 Unit 3 Discussion Latest 2017 October After reviewing the relationship between England and its colonies, analyze its effect on the American Revolution by answering the following questions: Did England have a right to tax the colonists? Were the colonists justified in resisting British policies after the French and Indian War? Was the American Revolution solely a revolt against taxes or was the break away from the mother country inevitable? Would you have been part of the revolution? In what way? In your original post, ensure you are providing detailed and analyzed support for your position. When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you agree with their position or information explaining why you do not agree with their position. Make sure to provide cited information to support your position. All work must be in APA format.

HIS201 Unit 4 Discussion Latest 2017 October Analyze the early leaders of the New Republic and their impact on the development of our government. Who do you believe was more influential in establishing the American political system in the 1790s? George Washington, John Adams, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton Thomas Jefferson In your original post, ensure you are providing detailed and analyzed support for your position. Your answer needs to be more then a summary of the individual's accomplishments. Explain what sets them apart from the others and why. When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you agree with their position or information explaining why you do not agree with their position. Make sure to provide cited information to support your position. All work must be in APA format.

HIS201 Unit 5 Discussion Latest 2017 October Andrew Jackson’s Presidency is surrounded with controversy. From increased presidential authority and his battle with the national bank, to the push for a limited government and the Indian Removal Act, he demonstrates power and compassion for the “common man.” Was the Age of Jackson truly an age of democracy? Were his action and decisions better connected to that of an absolute monarch or one who cares for the people of his country? When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you agree with their position or information explaining why you do not agree with their position. Make sure to provide cited information to support your position. All work must be in APA format.

HIS201 Unit 6 Discussion 1 & 2 Latest 2017 October dq 1 Evaluate the importance of 19th century religious revival on social reform. How did religion influence abolition, women’s rights, and/or the temperance movement? How are these reforms related to each other and how did they influence the changing culture of the United States? When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you agree with their position or information explaining why you do not agree with their position. Make sure to provide cited information to support your position. All work must be in APA format. dq 2 Review the major arguments used by proslavery advocates. Take into consideration political, social, economic, and religious positions. How would you argue against these proslavery positions? Are there any arguments posed by proslavery advocates that you found difficult to address? When responding to classmates, provide additional information and sources to help support their arguments and provide assistance in addressing the difficult arguments. Make sure to provide cited information to support your work. All work must be in APA format.

HIS201 Unit 7 Discussion Latest 2017 October Analyze the results of the Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850, and Kansas-Nebraska Act. Debate the effectiveness of these compromises as individuals, in part, or as a whole? Make sure to explain in what context you define effective. Important Note: You were first introduced to the Missouri Compromise in Unit 5, you will need to pull in prior information and apply it through comparison and analysis into your Unit 7 discussion board. When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you agree with their position or information explaining why you do not agree with their position. Make sure to provide cited information to support your position. All work must be in APA format.

HIS201 Unit 8 Discussion 1 & 2 Latest 2017 October dq 1 Review the political, economic, and ideological reasons for the outbreak of the American Revolution and the Civil War. After your analysis of this information, answer the following questions: What makes the Confederates different from the American colonists? What makes the Union different from England? Why were the American colonists considered Patriots while the Confederates were considered rebels? When responding to classmates, include additional information for why you agree with their position or information explaining why you do not agree with their position. Make sure to provide cited information to support your positions. All work must be in APA format. dq 2 Reflect on the course and share your answers to the following questions: What was the most interesting or useful thing you learned during the course? What suggestions can you offer that might improve the quality of the course? If you could give one piece of advice to incoming students about this course, what would that be? Your responses may be shared anonymously with future classes! Your post to this thread is due by 11:59 pm on Saturday. You are not required to respond to your classmates' posts.

HIS201 Unit 4 Midterm Assessment Latest 2017 October Midterm Paper: Choose one of the following essay prompts for your midterm assessment. Choice #1: Compare and contrast Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence with Thomas Paine’s pamphlet “Common Sense.” Which had the greater effect on revolutionary America? Are these documents still effective today? Choice #2: Compare and contrast the Articles of Confederation with the U.S. Constitution. Evaluate the extent to which the Articles of Confederation were effective in solving the problems of the new nation. Why did the articles fail? How did the Constitution fix those problems? Specifications: 3-4 pages; paper must include a thesis statement. Use specific examples to support your argument and cite all sources carefully. This is not a summary of the two primary source documents, but an analysis of their similarities, differences, and effectiveness. Make sure to show thought and analysis throughout the paper.

HIS201 Unit 5 Checkpoint #1 Turning Point Topic and Explanation Latest 2017 October Unit 5 Checkpoint #1: Turning Point Topic and Explanation In a Word document, provide a statement explain which turning point you will be researching for your final assessment, including why you believe it to be a significant moment in U.S. history. No sources needed. All work must be your own words. You instructor will let you know if you need to change or modify your choice. This assignment must be completed in order to move forward.

HIS201 Unit 6 Checkpoint #2 Thesis Statement Latest 2017 October Unit 6 Checkpoint #2: Thesis Statement In a Word document, write a thesis statement on your chosen turning point. No sources needed. All work must be your own words. You instructor will let you know if you need to change or modify your statement. This assignment must be completed in order to move forward. Before starting: 1. Review the following link from Perdue OWL on Writing Thesis Statements 2. View videos about thesis statements: Watch Video How to write a thesis for beginners User: Andrew – Added: 4/21/13 YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCzuAMVmIZ8 Watch Video Thesis Statements: Four Steps to a Great Essay | 60second Recap® YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9R0ivCaLtnY HIS201 Unit 7 Checkpoint #3: Sources Thesis Statement Latest 2017 October Unit 7 Checkpoint #3: Sources In a Word document, submit a list of 10 potential sources you will be using in the development of your final assessment. For each source you need to include the following: 1. Source written in APA format. 2. A summary of the source. 3. Identify the source as a primary or secondary source. (At least 2 sources in your checkpoint and in final assessment need to be primary sources) Important Note: You will not need to use all 10 sources in your final assessment. This checkpoint is designed to help you gather sources in preparation for your final assessment. You will need a minimum of 5 sources, at least 2 primary sources in your final assessment. Before starting: 1. Review the following links for APA References: Perdue OWL:APA Reference List: Basic Rules Purdue OWL: APA Reference List: Electronic Sources 2. View videos about primary and secondary sources: Watch VideoPrimary vs Secondary Sources User: Rob Redmon – Added: 12/3/13YouTube URL:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqXHO7bTPnw Watch VideoUnderstanding Primary & Secondary Sources HIS201 Unit 8 Final Assessment: Turning Point Research Paper Latest 2017 October Final Assessment: Turning Point Research Paper Turning points are significant events in history which become catalysts for change. These changes, for example, can inspire legislation and war, cause victory or defeat, and lead to the evolution of national ideologies. Some turning points are more obvious than others and are referenced often in the study of history, while others may not be. It is our continued analysis of historical events that determine these significant moments and how they have helped shape the culture of the United States. For your final assessment, you will be identifying, describing, and analyzing a major turning point in U.S. history between the years 1400 and 1865. In your paper you must include the following: Why you believe the turning point is in fact a significant moment in U.S. History. Describe the causes and events that led to the turning point. Analyze how the turning point changed the course of history in the United States. Evaluate the impact of the turning point on today’s society. Paper Requirements: Well-organized essay including a thesis statement, multiple body paragraphs, and a conclusion beyond a component of the paper. 3-5 pages (not including title page and reference page) Use of 5 or more sources. Use of 2 primary source documents. APA citations used throughout paper and a completed APA reference list

 

 

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