work type: book/movie review type of service: writing from scratch Tittle: My Mind Set on Freedom. Chicago/Turabian 4 pages….4 sources DO NOT PROVIDE DIGITAL SOURCES USED.
Required Sources: Keene, Visions of America vol. I 2nd edition 2013. ISBN#: 978-0-205-09268-0 Salmond, My Mind Set On Freedom 1997.ISBN#: 9781566631419 One Primary Source written during the Civil Rights Movement
Source for any and all details, facts, and quotes included in the paper. Do not include any website sources (i.e. Wikipedia, History.com, etc.). At least 6 direct quotes are required to be included from My Mind Set On Freedomand another two quotes from the Primary Source are expected. The Textbook should be used to provide historical facts and details about the Civil Rights Movement, requiring that information to be cited many times throughout the paper, but there must be at least 6 citations/quotes as a minimum. You should directly quote the Textbook for any of the author’s wording, but keep it to only a few and describe the events in your own words. However, all wording taken directly from the sources should be put in quotations, even if only a few words are borrowed from the author. The authors’ last names should be properly cited for any and all important historical facts and details, which will require a proper citation at the end of each of those sentences (i.e. Keane, 2013). This may seem excessive at times, but you will notice that the Textbook or any other historical source cites author quite often and your writing should be similarly frequent in its citations.
nd history that it covers. Briefly introduce the main subtopics, events, or themes covered in the book. If you wish, you may also mention other titles by the author and /or pertinent details of the author’s background. Body of Paper/Following Paragraphs Observations and summaries of each chapter should make up each of the following paragraphs, which should be supported by some details and facts from about time period to put the writing in historical perspective. These will likely be cited from your Textbook. Begin each paragraph with a topic sentence that makes an observation about a particular aspect of the Chapter/subtopic/event. Conclusion (Last Paragraph) Begin this paragraph with your reaction to the history book. Avoid writing, “I think,” “I feel,” “I believe,” or “In my opinion,” but do try to express how the work has affected you, deepened your understanding, alerted or enlightened you (or even a wider audience) in some way. Go on to integrate the themes of various chapters. End with a thoughtful closing statement: a concluding remark for the whole report. This could be your most important evaluative point or a compelling historical observation. Bibliography A properly formatted bibliography that includes all the proper information from the McPherson book, Keane textbook, and the one Primary Source you chose for your paper. The bibliographic style is not important, but historians usually use Chicago style. Bartolomé de las Casas, The Devastation of the Indie
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