In essay format
1. You will need to have at least 300 words in this post plus full references.
2 Also 2 peer responses of substantial historical discussion and content of a peer’s letter with at least 150 words each.
3. You must reference using one of the three formats and following your major’s designated style: MLA, APA, CS, Kate L. Turabian’s Manual, and the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS). YOU MUST CITE YOUR SOURCES! (See syllabus for links to the Style websites to learn how to cite and references)
The initial post with well-referenced facts is due by Friday, 11:55 p.m. ET and 2 peer responses are due by Sunday, 11:55 p.m. ET.
In this forum I want you to provide me with your concluding thoughts about the topics you learned during the course. I do not want you to focus on all that you learned, but two clear topics (narrow ones, not something vague like civil rights) that you found of interest.
In order to earn full points, you need to be specific about two topics that you learned about, and put them in context. That means, show that you ” get” why those topics are important, what happened before, after, etc. Do not hunt and peck for information, but put it in context. Show mastery of those two narrow topics (for example, “civil rights” is not a topic, it is too broad, something like Jim Crow is too broad, as well). You need clear paragraphs, an intro, and a conclusion. I expect a couple of paragraphs, at least. Respond to at least two classmates.