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Seminar 11.pdf

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Department
History
Course Code
HIST 122
Professor
Amitava Chowdhury

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Seminar 11 Wednesday, April 3, 2013 1:37 PM Look at past years' questions… Follow the study guide. Part1 (Identification) - Identify the context - Accuracy and appropriate identifications - Provide relevant historical details - Explain the historical significance - Biolgraphy: ○ Who were they? ○ Major achievements ○ Significance in global history (Examples are always helpful and will get you extra marks) - Event: ○ Don't spend more than 2-3 lines explaining what happens ○ What were the major outcomes ○ Global significance Part2 (Essay) - What do you want to say - How do you plan to say it - Context of the thesis/argument - Constructing a thesis: ○ Not a topic, fact or opinion
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