Essay: 50 pointsThe essay questions will either pose a specific question that you are to answer or ask you to tracea series of events. In either case, you will be expected to make an argument and to defend thatargument with specific evidence. An argument implies that your assertions are provable (ordisprovable) and so not based merely upon what you think but upon what you can provideevidence to support. If the essay poses a specific question, then, your answer to that question(boiled down to a single sentence) is your thesis. The rest of your essay should provide evidenceto support that thesis. If the question asks you to trace the “road to independence” that occurredin the British North American colonies from roughly 1763 through 1783, the events you chooseto emphasize become a de facto argument. For example, an essay that traces the transition of theChesapeake colonies from a society with slaves to a slave society but excludes Bacon’sRebellion is effectively arguing that this event was not as important as other events the essay diddiscuss.The best essays put forward coherently argued answers that indicate an appreciation of thenuances of the American experience. They invariably offer a persuasive thesis and an abundance of specific evidence supporting that thesis. Vague and muddled answers generally indicate that astudent does not really understand the material and predictably earn lower grades.In your first introductory paragraph, include a thesis statement that briefly outlines what you’llbe discussing in your essay. This should be followed by at least three body paragraphs and aconclusion. Each paragraph should be at least five sentences. Remember to be as specific aspossible, using proper nouns (names, places, events, etc.) when appropriate. Be sure to answer allparts of each prompt and include at least one primary source document to support your argument.Two of the three essay prompts listed below will appear on the first exam. You will choose oneto answer.
1-Choose two colonial powers (Spain, the Netherlands, France, England or Russia) and compareand contrast their colonization schemes. What were their motivations? How did they approachrelationships with the indigenous people of the Americas? Why did they succeed or fail? Be sureto consider how the colonial powers changed their approaches over time
Running head: COLONIZATION 1 Colonization
Feb 4, 2017 COLONIZATION 2
Colonization “Colonialism” is a power or practice by which one country or society extends control...
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