What was the structure of early slavery in the Americas and how did it transition to a race based slavery?
Paper must be 1 full to 1 1/2 pages in length, single spaced
You don’t need a title page. Just put the your name, class and date in the right hand corner of the paper, single spaced. Make sure to have a title to your paper.
Needs to be typed in Times New Roman size 12 font
Your essay must have a Thesis Statement. The thesis statement must be a point that is going to guide your whole paper and is an argument. It should be a single sentence and located as the last sentence in the introduction paragraph.
The first sentence in each paragraph after the introduction paragraph should be a Topic Sentence. This is similar to a thesis statement, but is establishing what you are going to argue for just the single paragraph.
Do not use personal pronouns in your paper. These include: I, WE, US and YOU. In a formal paper these should be absent from your writing.
Do not compare the historical text with modern day analogies and do not provide moral judgments based on today’s world. It does not work. It is also not the assignment.
Only use the textbooks and resources posted on Canvas for the paper. This is not a research paper. This would include the primary sources in the textbook, handouts and the secondary source part of the textbooks Give Me Liberty and Voices of Freedom.
You must have direct quotes in your paper and they need to be cited. You must have quotes from at least 1 primary source. You should also have some quotations from secondary sources. Example of citation: “quote…..” (GML 12). Use (GML) for Give Me Liberty and (VOF) for Voices of Freedom. If it is a handout you can use the author or part of the title.
This is an analytical paper. It is not a research paper. An analytical paper makes a specific point or argument and then proves it throughout the paper using the resources (primary and secondary sources) to support the point established in the thesis statement
The best thesis statements tend to have cause and effect. “Because of this…..it lead to this…” or “this event created…..which ultimately made this happen…” When you write a thesis statement with cause and effect it makes it easier to have your paper stay on track in establishing an argument and proving it
If your paper is just a summary of events, it is not analytical. Do not write an information or summary paper. When you read through your paper if it sounds like you are just providing facts and information, it is summary
Grammar is a portion of your grade, so make sure to proofread your paper a couple of times. The best way to do this is to read your paper out loud. It becomes obvious when there is a grammatical error because you will stumble over it when you are reading it out loud. This method is only effective when you read it out loud. Having a friend or family member look over the paper is also helpful
Do not forget to use the primary sources to support your point. You need to use both Secondary and Primary sources, but the main textbook is easier to use and students often fall into only using the main textbook and forgetting to actively integrate primary sources and quotations into the paper
Make an outline of your paper before you begin writing. Start with a thesis first and then construct an outline of your paper based on your main argument
Avoid excessive language. This most commonly happens at the beginning of a sentence, although not always. The way to judge this is to see if you can cross out a word and the sentence’s point remains the same.
Do not use words such as probably, maybe, perhaps, I think, etc. These are tentative words that tell the reader you are not sure. This is your argument, so be sure. If you are not sure, pretend. These words can easily be crossed off the sentence and the sentence will sound stronger and more confident which will help your overall point or argument
An A Paper will have the following:
Be analytical which includes an argument or point that you prove throughout the paper. It will not be summary.
Contain direct quotes from both primary and secondary sources throughout the paper
Quotes are cited
Have a thesis statement
Each paragraph will start with a topic sentence
Be the full 1 to 1 1/2 pages single spaced
Use formal language and not slang and include complete sentences
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