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How Far Have We Come?
|Prepare: Take some time to look back on the information that you learned in this course and the work that you have done on your Final Project. Look back at your instructor’s feedback on your thesis on the Week Three Assignment.
||scholarly references (2) 1877-now. HIS 206 Native Americans|
|Reflect: Throughout this course, we have looked at how life has changed for different groups of Americans since the end of Reconstruction. Think about the many ways that the United States has made tremendous progress in realizing equality for all Americans. Where are there still some areas in which there is more to do? What conclusions have you reached while researching your Final Project? What specific events support your conclusion?
Write: Create a post that explains:
Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Provide specific examples to support your points. Be sure to quote or paraphrase sources, according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, without plagiarizing.
Respond to Peers: Respond in a substantive manner to at least two of your classmates’ posts by Day 7. Each response should be at least 100 words.
Assignment:– Week 3 – Assignment
Course:HIS206 HIS206: United States History II (HIR1610E)
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THESIS MAYBE. U CAN CHANGE IT IF U WANT:
Crucial studies have revealed that there have been efforts to contain racial segregation and other social injustices throughout American History for the well-being of the Native Americans.
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The events chosen were good, the description of the events was good, the explanation of their historical significance was well done, and the secondary sources were well chosen, but the two required primary sources are not included, which are articles written at that time in history, such as the late 1800’s and I have posted some in my “Ask the Instructor” post, a couple of the annotations/summaries were a little too short, and the bibliographic entries had some minor errors, such as including the website addresses and a hanging indent.
( 1.73 / 1.73) Thesis and Choice of Group
Distinguished – Provides a thesis statement that effectively addresses the main topic to be researched in the Final Project and clearly chooses one of the four specific groups for the Final Project.
( 4.04 / 4.04) Chooses and Describes Four Events to Be Used in the Final Project
Distinguished – Chooses and comprehensively describes four events to be used in the Final Project, two from 1877 to 1945 and two from 1945 to the present, that are clearly relevant to the chosen group and fully demonstrate change over time. Provides all required information and shows a thorough understanding of the events.
( 4.07 / 4.62) Annotations of Sources
Proficient – The source annotations provide reasonable generalizations of the academic source materials and addresses the manner in which they will contribute to the Final Project. Minor details are missing or slightly unclear.
( 2.19 / 2.88) Quality of the Sources
Basic – The majority of the academic source materials utilized meet university-level standards. Some of the sources utilized are either commercial websites of dubious academic merit or sources are not relevant to the thesis.
( 0.57 / 0.57) Uses the Worksheet as Directed
Distinguished – Fills in the worksheet clearly, completely addresses all parts and provides comprehensive explanations throughout.
( 0.58 / 0.58) Written Communication: Control of Syntax and Mechanics
Distinguished – Displays meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Written work contains no errors and is very easy to understand.
( 0.51 / 0.58) Written Communication: APA Formatting
Proficient – Exhibits APA formatting throughout the paper. However, layout contains a few minor errors.
Overall Score: 13.69 / 15.00
Overall Grade: 13.69