You may of course write more if you wish. At least half that total needs to be analysis, so keep your summary of events and people concise.
– It should include a clear, well-developed introduction. Your introduction should introduce and summarize your topic in a compelling way, and present your main arguments, including your thesis statement.
– Your thesis statement is the central argument of the paper, and it should be one clear sentence that encapsulates what your paper will try to establish.
– A thesis is a clear, positive argument that can be expressed in one sentence. It is not a question!
– Your thesis statement should be sufficiently clear, analytical, and original. Don’t rehash overly obvious and generic arguments, i.e. “Alexander the Great was a formidable military leader,” or “Rome significantly affected Western Civilization.” Also, state your thesis in italics so I can easily identify it.
– Your body paragraphs should be clear and concise, organized around one specific topic. My rule of thumb is try to keep them to half a page or less. Long paragraphs are difficult to read, and your arguments get lost. Each paragraph should be connected in some way to your overall thesis, or main argument. They should all support your thesis.
– At the end, you should provide a clear conclusion paragraph. You shouldn’t introduce any new information in the conclusion, rather you should wrap up and restate your main arguments, especially your overall thesis.
– It is acceptable to compare historical events to the present, but most of your paper should be about the period that we are studying. Plus, if you are going to talk about current trends, you must be very specific in your arguments, and back up your arguments about the present with specific evidence from RELIABLE SOURCES. Don’t just generalize off the top of your head.
– This is a polished academic essay, so write objectively in the third-person, and don’t use personal pronouns such as “I,” “my,” or “we.”
– Grammar and spelling should be right on at this point (use the tools in Word, and proof-read your paper yourself, as well as having someone else proof-read it for you).
– Your final copy should incorporate at least 10 sources, and at least half of them have to be scholarly books, journals, or other printed media, and I encourage you to incorporate at least one primary source (a written resource, piece or art, or other artifact that came from the time period you’re writing about). Scholarly sources (generally) are written by academics, or people with an advanced degree in their academic field, though I will accept any primary source as a scholarly source as well.
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