To express how well you are retaining and analyzing the information and ideas that are presented in the assigned readings and class lectures, you will be completing two Analytical Essays (3-5 full pages each). To garner the highest possible score on each of these Analytical Essays, you must draft a clear thesis statement in the introduction to each of your Analytical Essays, and you must substantiate that thesis by referencing and analyzing specific information and ideas that are covered in the class readings, lectures, and/or media presentations.
In other words, it will not be enough to simply type, “I think that….” You will have to denote specific details from the lessons and explicitly cite the book pages, speeches, documentaries, and/or other sources you will be using to argue why your thesis is correct. (See syllabus pages 8-11 for the General Tips for Writing College-Level Essays and the Analytical Essay Evaluation Rubric that I use when grading your written responses.) Each of the Analytical Essay questions is detailed in an assignment link within the “Assignments & Activities” folder for the Module that a particular essay is due.
You must submit a Microsoft Word-formatted electronic copy in the proper link in the Assignments & Activities folder. Any essay that is not submitted electronically within the proper link in Blackboard may not be graded or may lose points. Moreover, you must submit each of your Analytical Essays by the respective deadline specified on the Tentative Topical Outline. Together, your Analytical Essay responses will comprise up to 50 points of your final grade.
Draft a 3-5 full paged response to the following prompt for this first of two Analytical Essays of the semester:
Consider the conditions black Americans were facing from the 1890s through 1920. Then, analyze Booker T. Washington’s approach to racial uplift among black Americans. Viewing his approach in the context of the circumstances black Americans were facing during the Nadir, what were the merits and drawbacks of Booker T. Washington’s approach?
You are only supposed to use the primary and secondary source materials that are provided for you through The Struggle For Freedom and the assigned and supplementary readings and media within the Blackboard classroom. Moreover, you must accurately cite any any all sources you use to write this essay.
Your 3-5 paged essay should be doubled-spaced with 1″ margins all around. Moreover, it should be saved and uploaded as an MS Word formatted document.
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