What is the time frame?

*This is the professor’s bad grammar. * You have to watch W. E. B. Du Bois- A Biography in Four Voices to answer the questions. QUESTION 1 Documentaries such as this one are made not simply to deliver facts to you. Rather, they are essays that have main points (theses) with supporting points backed up by evidence. To fully understand an essay, you first need to frame it: Who is the author (or, in this case, the host)? What is the general subject that the host covers? What is the time frame? What is the argument that the host makes about this subject in the time frame? Your answer here will look something like: “[Host’s name] argues that in [specific time frame], [a specific change or set of developments] occurred that are important because [significance].” QUESTION 2 Like written essays, videos are organized around major points. They don’t simply list off facts. What is ONE major point from the video regarding a development in the past–a change that occurred socially, culturally, politically, economically, militarily, and/or ecologically? What are some important facts that the video uses to help support and explain this point? Your answer here should be at least 100 words. The first sentence must be the main point being discussed. QUESTION 3 What is ANOTHER major point from the video regarding a development in the past–a change that occurred socially, culturally, politically, economically, militarily, and/or ecologically? What are some important facts that the video uses to help support and explain this point? Your answer here should be at least 100 words. The first sentence must be the main point being discussed. QUESTION 4 Beyond what you’ve already written, simply list and describe, in 1-2 sentences each, FOUR other things from the video that you simply found interesting. QUESTION 5 What is one significant way in which this video connects to other things you’ve learned in this class? Write at least four genuine, fully-realized sentences.

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