. Reading Selection:
An article has been selected by the instructor from a scholarly historical periodical from the San Jacinto College Library System. To find additional articles you can click on the link below or search individually.
II. Preparation of Article Analysis:
A. Content (5 Paragraphs) Answer ALL of these questions.
Introduction — Normal College Introduction with paper thesis.
1. Thesis Explain the topic of the article as well as the authors main
argument or focus.
2. Evidence – Analyze the evidence that the author uses to support his/her thesis. Does
the evidence support his/her thesis? (Please identify any primary sources used.) What qualifications does the author have that make him/her qualified to write on the subject?
3. Conclusion Provide comments and/or criticisms of the work. Read and comment
on one or two contrary perspectives on the topic (one must be primary.) How does this issue affect your world today and does is change your outlook in any way or push you toward any action?
1. Typewritten, Double-Spaced on Letter-size (8 1/2″ x 11″) Plain White Paper. Font Size must be Times New Roman 12 point
2. Length at least 300 words
3. Citation Chicago or Turabian. See below on directions on how to cite the article in the paper.
Download completed paper as a Word attachment in the Common Assessment Paper. See link below.
D. Tutorial Assistance
Take a copy of this instruction page with you and visit the writer’s center in the library on Central Campus if you need assistance and/or have questions regarding how to complete the assignment.
III. How paper is graded (Rubric)
A. Explanation of issues
Issue/problem to be considered critically is stated clearly and described comprehensively, delivering all relevant information necessary for full understanding.
Selecting and using information to investigate a point of view or conclusion.
C. Influence of context and assumptions
Thoroughly analyzes own and others assumptions and carefully evaluates the relevance of contexts when presenting a position.
D. Students position
Specific position is imaginative, taking into account the complexities of an issue.
E. Conclusions and related outcomes
Conclusions and related outcomes are logical and reflect students informed evaluation and ability to place evidence and perspectives discussed in priority order.
use the article below.