KPU Canada Socioeconomic Experience During WWI and WWII Argumentative Essay

Question Description

History 1114 – Final Take-Home Exam

Instructor: Dr. Chris Hyland

Final exam dates:

1. History 1114 (S10)

a. April 6 (last day of class, exam released)

b. April 20 (final exam due)

2. History 1113 (R10)

a. April 7 (last day of class, exam released)

b. April 21 (final exam due)

3. History 1114 (S50)

a. April 7 (last day of class, exam released)

b. April 21 (final exam due)

4. History 1114 (L10)

a. April 8 (last day of class, exam released)

b. April 22 (final exam due)

Total Points – 100

1. Argumentative Essay 1 – 40

2. Argumentative Essay 2 – 40

3. Personal Reflection – 20

Upload your answers to Moodle – MS WordDocuments Preferred

One File Per Student

Part 1: Two Argumentative Essays

Instructions:

• Choose TWO of the following topics

• Form should be argumentative essay; clear essay structure with thesis

• You must include at least 5 citations: lectures, textbook, course readings

Use Chicago Style

• 1000-1500 words for each essay (don’t go beyond 1500 words)

Questions:

1. How and why did Canada come into existence in the 19th century? How was it kept together as one coherent Dominion? Discuss the early evolution of the Dominion and its regional nature.

2. Compare and contrast the social, economic, political and military experiences of all Canadians during the First and Second World Wars. What was the same? What was different?

3. Discuss the positive and negative aspects of the relationships between Canada’s three main cultural groups: Indigenous Peoples, English Protestant Canadians, and French Catholic Canadians. Havethe relationships improved over the course of the twentieth century? If so, why?

Part 2: Personal Reflection

1. What were the three most important things you learned in this course? You could discuss anything encountered in-class or online. You could talk about historical ideas, concepts, events, readings, or skills. Justify your answers with thoughtful reflection and personal experience.No citations or footnotes are required. There are no wrong answers here, but some answers are better than others. This answer should be about 250 words and in paragraph form.

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History 1114 – Final Take-Home Exam Instructor: Dr. Chris Hyland Final exam dates: 1. History 1114 (S10) a. April 6 (last day of class, exam released) b. April 20 (final exam due) 2. History 1113 (R10) a. April 7 (last day of class, exam released) b. April 21 (final exam due) 3. History 1114 (S50) a. April 7 (last day of class, exam released) b. April 21 (final exam due) 4. History 1114 (L10) a. April 8 (last day of class, exam released) b. April 22 (final exam due) Total Points – 100 1. Argumentative Essay 1 – 40 2. Argumentative Essay 2 – 40 3. Personal Reflection – 20 Upload your answers to Moodle – MS Word Documents Preferred One File Per Student 1 Part 1: Two Argumentative Essays Instructions: • Choose TWO of the following topics • Form should be argumentative essay; clear essay structure with thesis • You must include at least 5 citations: lectures, textbook, course readings o Use Chicago Style • 1000-1500 words for each essay (don’t go beyond 1500 words) Questions: 1. How and why did Canada come into existence in the 19th century? How was it kept together as one coherent Dominion? Discuss the early evolution of the Dominion and its regional nature. 2. Compare and contrast the social, economic, political and military experiences of all Canadians during the First and Second World Wars. What was the same? What was different? 3. Discuss the positive and negative aspects of the relationships between Canada’s three main cultural groups: Indigenous Peoples, English Protestant Canadians, and French Catholic Canadians. Have the relationships improved over the course of the twentieth century? If so, why? Part 2: Personal Reflection 1. What were the three most important things you learned in this course? You could discuss anything encountered in-class or online. You could talk about historical ideas, concepts, events, readings, or skills. Justify your answers with thoughtful reflection and personal experience. No citations or footnotes are required. There are no wrong answers here, but some answers are better than others. This answer should be about 250 words and in paragraph form. 2 …

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