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These writing assignments are intended to provide you a chance to put into practice the skills you develop as you critically read primary source documents each module in For the Record.
In this assignment you will:
Analyze key primary source readings from For the Record
Your Primary Source Analysis Papers must include each of the following
1: An introductory paragraph that clearly describes the nature of the source and situates it within the broader era of American History between 1865-2001 in which it was produced/written, using relevant key terms from the lectures and readings.
2: A second paragraph that clearly describes – based on the information provided (external evidence) and the student’s critical analysis (of the internal evidence) – the intended audience(s) of the document and its purpose, along with a consideration as to how the audience may have affected the purpose in one way or another.
3: A third paragraph that answers the following questions: 1) Do you think the original audience would have considered this a reliable/credible source? Why or why not? 2) Considering external and internal evidence, do you – the student – consider this to be a reliable/credible source? Why or why not?
4: A final paragraph that clearly and winsomely describes the significance of the source in relation to 1) The era in which it was produced and 2) American History more broadly up into the present
Your paper must be formatted according to the following guidelines:
1 FULL page
Times New Roman font
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