7.3.4 Practice - 7.3.4 Practice Writing about the Boxer Rebellion Practice World History Points Possible 30 Name Jayme Momie Date In this

7.3.4 Practice - 7.3.4 Practice Writing about the...

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7.3.4Practice:Writing about the Boxer RebellionPracticeWorld HistoryPoints Possible:30Name:Jayme MomieDate:In this assignment, you will complete the following steps:1.Research:Using the Internet or a library, look for primary and secondary sources about the Boxer Rebellion. As you research, formulate an argument about who truly caused the rebellion and gather evidence to support your argument using interpretation and synthesis.2.Write:Write a multi-paragraph argumentative essay about who was ultimately responsible for the Boxer Rebellion. Include a claim and support it with cited evidence from your research. Also refute a plausible, reasonable counterclaim.This section is not graded. Use it to help you organize the information you find through research.1. Using the table below, interpret the information in at least three sources. Explain your interpretation in one or two sentences; you will go into more detail in your essay.In the second column, record as much information about each source as you can so that you can accurately cite it later. Include the author, title, publisher, date of publication, date of access, pagenumbers, URL, and so on. Note that you can use the course material as one of your sources.
InterpretationSourceI interpreted that the Chinese were the cause of the rebellion.I interpreted that the interference of foreign powers was to blame for the rebellion.

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