How you summarize and present what you have learned is about all I have to grade you on.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a history multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.i will give the chapters for each assignment after the bidding… use only your own. words. and Summary1. word document 2. Each document will contain 3-4 summary essays on what you have read. Separate the essays by inserting a page break — not return characters.3. This is not a research paper, but formal writing style is expected.Instructions Use your textbook and the presentations and handouts I post. I want you to focus on the sources I provide; in a sense, you tell me what you’ve learned from them. If someone asks you what you’re learning in school, you don’t overwhelm them. You give a summary, with a few tidbits or stories to make it interesting. The best way to learn something is to teach or translate it for someone else. Explaining what you don’t understand is harder than describing a place you haven’t been.You don’t need to do outside research, but if you do, cite anything you use in a standard format; I recommend MLA style. It should go without saying: don’t plagiarize. Since I’m only asking you to summarize the book as well as presentations or handouts I post, you don’t need a Works Cited page unless you use other sources. If you quote only me or the handouts/presentations, a simple in-text reference is enough: blah blah blah (author pg#). for your textbook; use the first author if there’s more than one yata yata yata (“Contact Era” slide#) for a presentation (if slide #s are shown; else estimate)You don’t need a thesis statement, but use formal academic writing. That means not using the first person (“I think,” “in my opinion,” “it seems to me,” etc.) and, well, being formal. Put on your best interview clothes. Use standard American English for punctuation, diction, and grammar. Pretend you’re a reporter and tell the story in a way that someone unfamiliar with it would understand.How you summarize and present what you have learned is about all I have to grade you on. Since you’re telling me what you have learned/gleaned, it’s up to you how many pages are necessary to do that. : ) Worth remembering, however, is that each assignment, each set of essays equals ~⅓ of your course grade. Ask yourself, before submitting your work, whether you’ve done enough to earn the grade you want.Some are better than others at summarizing and compressing, and for the very skilled, 2-3 pages for some topics might work. Since you are students learning to do this, I suggest aiming for 3-4 pages, and for some topics you might need one or two more.I had students in the past give me 10-12 pages per topic, and they were very good summaries. I’m not going to discourage you from getting everything you can out of the class, but unless you’re an overachiever — I hope I have a few : ) — but you don’t need to write that much to do well.Important Formatting RulesBecause formatting, spelling, etc. are part of your grade, you need to turn in a properly written document. A “standard” academic format is 1″ margins, double or 1.5 line spacing, and a legible 10-12 point font. If any of your teachers ever gives different directions, follow them of course. But if not told otherwise, the above is widely accepted.If you don’t know how to insert page breaks or running headers with your name and page #, learn. For one, they’re both useful and standard, and two, following directions is a valuable habit to practice. If you search using the Help menu, Word will tell you how, or you can of course ask someone to show you.Be mindful of your line spacing. I get documents that are single spaced, double spaced, 1.5 spaced, and mixed. Also, Word tries to be “helpful” and often turns anything numbered into a list. Don’t allow it. It will screw up your margins. Also, put 0 for space after paragraph (not “auto”), because Word messes that up too.Despite its drawbacks, I prefer a Word file because it does have decent mark-up tools. Most word processors, including Google Docs, can export or save a file as .doc or .docx, which are Word formats. Hint: in your writing, if you bold or highlight the vocabulary terms (first time they appear, not over and over), it helps the reader (i.e., moi) see the main points.Proofread your work! A student once described subsistence farming as “getting by on barely and wheat.” Yes, it’s clear he meant barley, but spell check can’t help here because “barely” and “barley” are legitimate words. (Though as I told the student, this was a felix culpa — a happy mistake, because many of my ancestors would have completely understood ’gettin’ by on barely.’ )Most word processors will check your spelling, and Word “helpfully” underlines misspellings. Pay attention to underlined words. If they’re misspelled, fix them. If they’re spelled correctly, tell Word to add it to the dictionary so it won’t highlight them again. When students consistently misspell a term that is highlighted each time, I have to wonder if they even know what the underlining means. You should take time to go over your summaries with a fine-tooth comb, because I’m going to — and the fewer nits I find to pick, the better.
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