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11/19/2020 Apex Learning - Practice Assignment 3.5.8 Practice: American Reformers AP U.S. History Sem 1 Points Possible: 80 Practice Name: Laurel Kirchner Date: This assignment is worth 80 points. See the scoring rubric below for more details on how you will be graded on your biography. This section is worth 20 points. The first step in writing your biography of a mid-19th century American reformer is to identify who you would like to write about. You may consider people involved with any of the following reforms: Transcendentalism Abolition Temperance Education Women's rights Penal policy Nutrition After you choose your subject, conduct research in the following areas: The reform movement your subject was involved in The goals he or she was attempting to achieve The methods he or she used to achieve those goals The results he or she achieved The short- and long-term impacts of the movement he or she worked for You should find at least four primary or secondary sources for your research and then cite those resources using the MLA format. You should also provide at least one quote by or about your subject and include a proper citation. Here are some possible sources you can consult:
1/7 11/19/2020 Apex Learning - Practice Assignment Your textbook Historical sites (often found with the suﬃx .edu) Government sites (found with the suﬃx .gov) Sites focusing on the reformer or reform you choose Use the following chart to help guide your research. Remember to keep track of your sources. Name of subject, basic biographical information ida b. Wells-barnett She was born in 1862 in MS and was a journalist/educator. One of the founders of National Association for the advancement of people of color Married to Ferdinand Lee Barnett Born into slavery during the civil war The war ended and she made it out of slvary, but all her family died of yellow fever Worked as an educator Reform movement(s) involved in