At the end of each chronological unit, you will write a short formal essay (700 to 1000 words) that connects the readings to the in-class lectures/discussions and answers one of the following course questions: What has changed (politically, economically, or socially) overtime during this chronological period? How does the content of this unit either support or refute the traditional Eurocentric narrative of US History? How are the identities of the people changing and what is influencing these changes? the essay should have a concise argument that addresses the chosen question and uses evidence from the assigned readings, class lectures, and discussions to support the argument. The conclusion should include a connection of the course material to current issues in the United States today.
This is the link to a Prezi with some information about the topics
I have also uploaded a reading below which could help.
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