Project #211731 - Response

History Tutors

Subject History
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/16/2017 06:03 am

Reading responses 

The instructions for all of the reading responses are the same.  Your response posts will be based on the readings for the week and require you to make connections between readings.  To complete each reading response, you will select relevant quotes (1-2 sentences in length) from two of the week's assigned readings and write a well-developed, thoughtful, and grammatically correct paragraph or two that addresses the ways in which the quotes relate to one another.  The quotes you choose do not have to support one another - you may choose to use quotes that contradict one another and examine that contrast in your reading response. 



• In addition to your original reading response post, you also must respond to another student's post.  That response must be thoughtful and substantive (writing "I agree!" will not get you any credit).  



• At the very beginning of your post, type the quotes you have chosen in their entirety.  The textbook may not be used as a source for your quotes and the two quotes you choose may not be the same as those of another student.  




• You do not need to include a Works Cited page, but you must cite all material that is not your own work, including quotations and anything that is paraphrased.  To cite, you simply need to put the author's name and page number in parentheses at the end of sentence in which you quote/paraphrase.  Example: Hamlet once asked, "To be, or not to be" (Shakespeare, 35).  



out of 1971 reviews

out of 766 reviews

out of 1164 reviews

out of 721 reviews

out of 1600 reviews

out of 770 reviews

out of 766 reviews

out of 680 reviews