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History 396--Second Paper (30% of grade) Paragraph proposal, due at beginning of lecture, April 1 Paper of 7-8 pages, due at the beginning of lecture, May 6 *10 points for handing in paragraph (six copies), due April 1 *10 points for posting your revised paragraph on Blackboard, due April 7 *10 points for commenting on others papers in your Blackboard group, by April 14 *70 points for final version of 7-8 pages, due to be posted in your group’s “file exchange” and delivered in hard copy at the beginning of lecture, May 6 For 100 total points Step 1–(10 pts.) Write a paragraph (that is, at least four sentences) proposing your topic. Bring six (not five) copies of this paragraph to class on April 1 . You will hand one of these copies in; the rest are for distribution within your small group. Step 2–Posting (10 pts.) and commenting on (10 pts.) your paragraphs. By April 7 , you are to post your paragraph, revised from class discussion, for members of your Blackboard group to read. By April 14 , you may receive a full additional ten points of credit by providing at least three comments on other posted papers in your group. Comments need to be at least two sentences, and should be directed either at further approaches or details you think the author should elaborate, or at sources, at the ways that an author may apply or work in course material and frameworks into his or her history. Step 3-- Based on comments and discussions, you will revise your initial paragraph into an essay of 7-8 double-spaced typed pages (70 pts.), with footnoting for sources where appropriate. The paper is due to be posted in your group’s “file exchange” and delivered in hard copy at beginning of lecture on May 6 . Choose One of Two Options Option 1: History of a Modern Workplace (7-8 pages): As we’ll be learning through the course, the wealth that most Americans earn and enjoy comes from their jobs.
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