history assignment about “Chapter I – The American Crisis – December 23, 1776”

READ THIS LINK BELOW AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. http://www.let.rug.nl/usa/documents/1776-1785/thomas-paine-american-crisis/chapter-i—the-american-crisis—december-23-1776.phpAs you prepare to write this essay, please consider the following:Context: When and why was this piece written?What are the main ideas of the piece (stated in your own words)?Content and presentation:  Does the author provide adequate evidence to support his or her contentions? Is the reasoning valid?What form does the author use: Essay, letter, speech? Why is this appropriate to the content?Does the author use any rhetorical devices such as repetition, metaphor, or imagery to re-enforce the content?The essay should be 500 words long, written in 3rd person, properly formatted and documented in MLA style, and contain:An introduction with a clear and specific thesis statement.Body paragraphs providing examples (with appropriate MLA documentation) and discussions of inherent American values as reflected in context, ideas, content, and presentation. A conclusion that wraps up the essay without being redundant or introducing new ideas.A proper Works Cited page

history assignment about “Chapter I – The American Crisis – December 23, 1776”

READ THIS LINK BELOW AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. http://www.let.rug.nl/usa/documents/1776-1785/thomas-paine-american-crisis/chapter-i—the-american-crisis—december-23-1776.phpAs you prepare to write this essay, please consider the following:Context: When and why was this piece written?What are the main ideas of the piece (stated in your own words)?Content and presentation:  Does the author provide adequate evidence to support his or her contentions? Is the reasoning valid?What form does the author use: Essay, letter, speech? Why is this appropriate to the content?Does the author use any rhetorical devices such as repetition, metaphor, or imagery to re-enforce the content?The essay should be 500 words long, written in 3rd person, properly formatted and documented in MLA style, and contain:An introduction with a clear and specific thesis statement.Body paragraphs providing examples (with appropriate MLA documentation) and discussions of inherent American values as reflected in context, ideas, content, and presentation. A conclusion that wraps up the essay without being redundant or introducing new ideas.A proper Works Cited page

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