In two or more complete paragraphs, answer the following question. Your answer s

In two or more complete paragraphs, answer the following question. Your answer should be single-spaced, in 10 pt. Times-Roman font. Be sure to answer the question thoroughly. (10 pts)  Name two consequences of the English Civil War and explain why you chose them.  Please don’t use outside sources , Use the file I upload. No …

he WOW discussion is an opportunity to share with the class something that surpr

he WOW discussion is an opportunity to share with the class something that surprised you in your reading, research, or study of the topics we cover in this module. As you read and watch the stories that make up our history, look for things that make you say to yourself “I didn’t know that” or …

After your reading and research, you should have a basic picture in your mind of

After your reading and research, you should have a basic picture in your mind of what it might have been like to live in those ancient cultures. To help clarify that picture, for this discussion, you are asked to role-play the part of a resident in ancient Mesopotamia, China or India. Instructions Based on at …

Consider why do you think people study history? (Don’t be trite here – it’s much

Consider why do you think people study history? (Don’t be trite here – it’s much more than “to learn from their mistakes”). Consider why you are required to study history to earn an AA or AS degree. Do you think the study of history helps you to be a better person or contribute to society? …

In two or more complete paragraphs, answer the following question. Your answer s

In two or more complete paragraphs, answer the following question. Your answer should be single-spaced, in 10 pt. Times-Roman font. Be sure to answer the question thoroughly. (10 pts)  What developments led to the outbreak of the Thirty Years War? Use the Upload files as sources please, no outside sources allowed 

What is Adrian Goldsworthy’s argument? What is Peter Heather’s argument? Which a

What is Adrian Goldsworthy’s argument? What is Peter Heather’s argument? Which argument did you find most persuasive? Why? (your answer must be based on the authors’ arguments, not their writing style or word choice) What similarities and differences do you see in the relationship between religion and government in the Early Middle Ages under Justinian, …

PPT + Speakers Notes From the ancient and early influencers lecture, choose a le

PPT + Speakers Notes From the ancient and early influencers lecture, choose a leader and prepare a 5-minute talk outlining what they were known for. Provide a summary of the leader’s accomplishments. In your presentation address the following questions: What made them an influential leader? What great deeds or thoughts are they remembered for? What …

Module 3 (secondary source): Based on the two Taking Sides articles, what is Adr

Module 3 (secondary source): Based on the two Taking Sides articles, what is Adrian Goldsworthy’s argument? What is Peter Heather’s argument? Which argument did you find more persuasive?  Specs for analyses: Length: 500-600 words Quotations: No more than 5 words quoted in entire analysis Content: A good-faith effort to answer the analysis prompt Outside research: …

Archaeologists dig into ruins to find clues to what life was like in a past civi

Archaeologists dig into ruins to find clues to what life was like in a past civilization. American historian Hiram Bingham had the luck to discover Machu Picchu in Peru, on July 24, 1911. As a result, he studied the Incas in more detail than others had done before. Probably the only thing better to understand …

Part One -“Colonialism” (read the first paragraph on the difference, as well as

Part One -“Colonialism” (read the first paragraph on the difference, as well as similarities, between colonialism and imperialism)  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/colonialism/ Part Two -“King Leopold’s Ghost” (documentary video, 1 hour and 48 minutes) (search FIU Library link: https://fod.infobase.com/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=118372) Part Three -“Great Britain’s need for guns, war supplies drove 18th century industrialism, Stanford scholar says”  War drove 18th-century …