PERIOD 1 HIPPO DOCUMENT ANALYSIS
Directions: For each document below, analyze the documents using the HIPPO strategy. Be sure that your analysis is as
thorough and as detailed as possible.
DOCUMENT 1
Triangular Trade was a trans-Atlantic interaction from 1600 to 1763 which contributed to change of
labor systems in the British North American colonies by causing slavery to be one of the most used
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Triangular Trade was a trans-Atlantic interaction from 1600 to 1763 which contributed to change of
labor systems in the British North American colonies because of importing of slaves. During this
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MODULE 2 WRITING WORKSHOP
ARGUMENT DEVELOPMENT
Compare and contrast the development of society within different
English colonial regions from 1607 to 1700.
When constructing a historical argument, we
MODULE 1 WRITING WORKSHOP
THESIS STATEMENTS
Thesis statements is your response to the prompt. Your thesis will take a position or make a claim. It
sets up an argument. It should be no more than two se
MODULE 1 WRITING WORKSHOP
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THESIS STATEMENTS
valuate the extent to which trans-Atlantic interactions
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MODULE 2 WRITING WORKSHOP
THESIS STATEMENTS
Thesis statements is your response to the prompt. Your thesis will take a position or make a claim. It
sets up an argument. It should be no more than two se
PERIOD 1-2 WRITING WORKSHOP
APPLICATION OF THE TARGETED SKILL OF *CONTINUITY
AND CHANGE OVER TIME
When historians draw conclusions about time periods, they look for patterns of continuity and change o
PERIOD 1-2 WRITING WORKSHOP
ARGUMENT DEVELOPMENT
Evaluate the extent to which transAtlantic interactions from 1600 to
1763 contributed to maintaining continuity as well as fostering change
in labor sy
MODULE 2 WRITING WORKSHOP
APPLICATION OF THE TARGETED SKILL OF
*COMPARISON
Compare and contrast the development of society within different
English colonial regions from 1607 to 1700.
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LESSON 8 Truth-functional Logic, Part 3
Section 15: Formal Deductions, Barker, pp. 94-98. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. Try not to let the process of formal deductions int
LESSON 11 Applying Principles
Section 36: Choosing the Right Form, Barker, pp. 218-220. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. Please note that for the rest of this course we are n
LESSON 5 Categorical Logic, Part 4 Section 9: Translating into Standard Form, Barker, pp. 54-58. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. This section highlights both some of the str
LESSON 4 Categorical Logic, Part 3 Section 7: The Syllogism, Barker, pp. 44-50. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. For the next little while the focus of our attention will be
LESSON 14 Fallacies and Reasoning Section 27 & 28: Fallacies, Barker, pp. 154-161 & 163-169. *Read the sections, then the following additional comments. In this last lesson we will try to put some of
LESSON 9 Quantificational Logic, Part 1
Section 18: Symbolism of Quantification, Barker, pp. 110-115. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. In this section we learn to combine wha
LESSON 1 Introduction to Logic
Section 1: Arguments. Barker, pp. 1-9. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. For the most part, logic consists of the analysis of arguments, and thi
LESSON 7 Truth-functional Logic, Part 2
Section 13: Simple Truth Tables, Barker, pp. 77-83. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. In this section we explore what happens to our ba
LESSON 6 Truth-functional Logic, Part 1 Section 11: Arguments with Compound Sentences, Barker, pp. 64-71. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. Dont forget everything you learned
LESSON 10 Quantificational Logic, Part 2
Sections 20 & 21: Proving Validity & Using the Method, Barker, pp. 121-130. *Read the sections, then the following additional comments. Note that these comment
LESSON 13 Causes and Explanations
Section 33: Mills Methods (Hypotheses About Causes), Barker, pp. 195-199. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. A very common form of inductive r
LESSON 3 Categorical Logic, Part 2 Section 5: Square of Opposition, Barker, pp. 31-36. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. Barkers discussion pivots on the crucial distinction b
LESSON 12 Inductive Logic
Section 30: Induction and Probability, Barker, pp. 181-185. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. In this lesson we look at inductive logic. Of course, t
LESSON 2 Categorical Logic, Part 1
Section 4: Categorical Sentences, Barker, pp. 25-30. *Read the section, then the following additional comments. Long ago in the history of logic, someone discovered
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