HIS 200 Southern New Hampshire University Irish Immigration Experience Essay Two section assignment separate:Part 1 is 7 short question. Questions are in t

HIS 200 Southern New Hampshire University Irish Immigration Experience Essay Two section assignment separate:Part 1 is 7 short question. Questions are in the PDF file ‘guidelines and rubric’Part 2 is a project. We have completed part by part of this project by doing progress check 1(Topic), Progress check 2(Sources), Progress check 3(Audience/message). Now we have to combine all this in one essay with length of 2 page long. The sample of the essay and guidelines and rubric is attached. for all writing plan(except 3) the feedback from professor is attached with the essay. HIS 200 Week 4 Short Response Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: The short response activities in the webtext throughout this course are designed to show your understanding of key concepts as you engage with
course content.
Prompt: During the fourth week of the course, you will respond to several questions in the webtext as you complete each learning block. At the end of Week 4,
you will review your answers to these questions and ensure that you have responded to each question. It is important that you answer each question;
otherwise, the words “[no response]” will appear in brackets when you submit the assignment. The questions and their original locations in the webtext are
listed in this table in case you want to refer back to the reading as you edit, but you can edit your responses to all the questions directly in Theme:
Communicating Historical Ideas, learning block 4-4 (page 2), before exporting to Word for submission to your instructor in your learning environment.
Question 1
Question 2
Question 3
Question 4
Question 5
Question 6
Question 7
1. Your best friend
2. People reading a newspaper editorial you have written
3. Your professor
4. The audience at a conference where you are presenting
Consider how your audience might influence the information you include in a historical analysis essay
about the women’s suffrage movement.
What audience would be most interested in reading about the women’s movement? How would you
tailor your presentation to that audience? What message would be most appropriate for this audience?
Let’s say the intended audience for your historical analysis essay about the legal battle for women’s
suffrage is a group of civil rights lawyers. How would you explain the legal background of the Constitution
and the Nineteenth Amendment? How would this approach compare with and contrast to an audience of
high school students?
Was President Kennedy’s decision to support the Equal Rights Amendment a necessary cause for the
amendment’s passage by Congress?
Was the social tumult of the 1960s a necessary cause of the women’s liberation movement?
Simone de Beauvoir was the intellectual founder of the women’s liberation movement. Tailor this thesis
statement into a message suitable for an audience of high-school history students.
The women’s movement’s focus on issues related to sexual freedom, including reproductive rights,
galvanized support among younger women but alienated many older, more conservative women. Tailor
this message for an audience consisting of students in a women’s studies class.
Theme: Communicating Historical
Ideas, Learning Block 4-2 (page 2)
Theme: Communicating Historical
Ideas, Learning Block 4-2 (page 3)
Theme: Communicating Historical
Ideas, Learning Block 4-2 (page 3)
Theme: Communicating Historical
Ideas, Learning Block 4-3 (page 1)
Theme: Communicating Historical
Ideas, Learning Block 4-3 (page 1)
Theme: Communicating Historical
Ideas, Learning Block 4-3 (page 2)
Theme: Communicating Historical
Ideas, Learning Block 4-3 (page 2)
Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Your response to Question 1 should be 4–6 sentences in length. Your response to Question 2 should be 2–3 sentences in length. Your
responses to Questions 4 and 5 should be 1–2 sentences in length. Your responses to Questions 6 and 7 should be 2 sentences in length. Follow the instructions
at the bottom of Theme: Communicating Historical Ideas, learning block 4-4 (page 2), to download your work and submit it to your instructor as a single
Microsoft Word document uploaded to your learning environment. Refer to the Submitting Webtext Assignments Guide for assistance on downloading, saving,
and submitting this assignment.
Critical Elements
Engagement
Exemplary
Written responses completely
address all short answer
prompts
(100%)
Relevance
Accuracy
Critical Thinking
Articulation of
Response
Written responses are
completely accurate
(100%)
Proficient
Written responses completely
address the majority of short
answer prompts
(85%)
Written responses directly
address short answer prompts,
drawing from presented course
concepts and terminology
(100%)
Written responses contain
minor errors but are mostly
accurate
(85%)
Written responses demonstrate
understanding of course
content through inclusion of
original ideas and examples
(100%)
Written responses are captured
in complete sentences without
grammatical errors impacting
legibility and the clarity of
response
(100%)
Needs Improvement
Written responses address the
minority of short answer
prompts
(55%)
Written responses are topically
related to short answer
prompts, but responses do not
consistently draw from
presented course concepts and
terminology
(85%)
Written responses contain
major errors
(55%)
Not Evident
No written responses provided
to address any short answer
prompts
(0%)
Written responses do not
address topics identified in
short answer prompts
(0%)
No written responses are
provided
(0%)
20
Written responses demonstrate
understanding of course
content through reiteration of
provided materials, but do not
consistently include original
ideas and examples
(85%)
Written responses are captured
in incomplete sentences or
include numerous grammatical
errors that negatively impact
legibility and the clarity of
response
(85%)
Written responses do not
reflect original ideas and
examples
(0%)
20
No written responses are
captured in complete sentences
(0%)
10
Total
Value
30
20
100%
HIS 200 Project 1 Guidelines and Rubric
Overview
History is for human self-knowledge . . . the only clue to what man can do is what man has done. The value of history, then, is that it teaches us what man has
done and thus what man is.
—R. G. Collingwood
Historical awareness informs various aspects of our lives. We live in a time of rapid change, and we often think more about the future than the past. However,
studying history can help us better understand our own lives in the context of the places we live and society in general. In America, specifically, the government is
informed by its citizens. If the ideals of society shift, that shift will eventually move throughout the different levels of government, effecting widespread change.
For the projects in this course, you will select a historical event that has impacted American society in some way. You may select an event that was discussed in
the course, or you may select your own event, with instructor approval. You may consider using the event you chose to work on in your Perspectives in History
class, if that event is something you wish to investigate further through this assessment.
In Project 1, you will develop a plan for an essay on this historical event. The plan will include a brief description of the selected historical event and the resources
you will use in your research. In addition, you will identify an audience for your essay and decide how to communicate your information to this audience. In
Project 2, you will write an essay analyzing the historical event you selected, examining its impact on society as well as its impact on you personally.
Project 1 addresses the following course outcomes:



Select appropriate and relevant primary and secondary sources in investigating foundational historic events
Communicate effectively to specific audiences in examining fundamental aspects of human history
Apply key approaches to studying history in addressing critical questions related to historical narratives and perspectives
Prompt
Your writing plan should answer the following prompt: Select a historical event that has impacted American society. Develop a plan for writing your essay,
describing the historical event, selecting appropriate resources for your research, and identifying an audience for your essay. The purpose of this writing plan is to
provide you with a way to gather your thoughts and begin thinking about how to support your thesis statement. The following critical elements will be assessed
in a 1- to 2-page word processing document.
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Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I.
Describe the historical event that you selected. Why is this event significant?
II.
Describe at least two secondary sources that you could use to research your historical event. Your sources must be relevant to your event and must be of
an appropriate academic nature. In your description, consider questions such as: What are the similarities and differences in the content of your sources?
What makes these sources appropriate and relevant for investigating your event? What was your thought process when you were searching for sources?
How did you make choices?
III.
Describe at least two primary sources that you could use to research your historical event. Your sources must be relevant to your event and must be of
an appropriate academic nature. In your description, consider questions such as: How do these sources relate to your secondary sources? What do they
add to your understanding of the event? What makes them appropriate and relevant for investigating your event?
IV.
Based on your review of primary and secondary sources, develop a research question related to the historical event you selected. In other words, what
would you like to know more about?
V.
Identify an audience that would be interested in your historical event and research question. For example, who would benefit most from hearing your
message?
VI.
Describe how and why you can tailor your message to your audience, providing specific examples. For example, will your audience understand historical
terminology and principles associated with your event, or will you need to explain these? How will you communicate effectively with your audience?
Project 1 Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Your writing plan should adhere to the following formatting requirements: 1–2 pages, double-spaced, using 12-point Times New
Roman font and one-inch margins.
Critical Elements
Historical Event
Exemplary (100%)
Meets “Proficient” criteria, and
description is exceptionally
clear and contextualized
Proficient (85%)
Describes selected historical
event and its significance
2
Needs Improvement (55%)
Describes selected historical
event and its significance, but
with gaps in detail or clarity
Not Evident (0%)
Does not describe selected
historical event and its
significance
Value
15.8
Secondary Sources
Primary Sources
Research Question
Meets “Proficient” criteria, and
description of resources
demonstrates strong
understanding of information
needed to investigate
foundational historic events
Meets “Proficient” criteria, and
description of resources
demonstrates strong
understanding of information
needed to investigate
foundational historic events
Meets “Proficient” criteria, and
response demonstrates insight
into connection between
research and question
Audience
Meets “Proficient” criteria, and
identification of audience
demonstrates insight into
event and question
Message
Meets “Proficient” criteria, and
response demonstrates
sophisticated understanding of
how to effectively
communicate with specific
audience
Submission is free of errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, and
organization and is presented
in a professional and easy-toread format
Articulation of
Response
Describes at least two relevant
and appropriate secondary
sources that could be used to
research the historical event
Describes at least two relevant
and appropriate primary
sources that could be used to
research the historical event
Develops research question
related to the selected
historical event based on
review of primary and
secondary sources
Identifies an audience that
would be interested in event
and research question
Describes how and why
message can be tailored to
audience, providing specific
examples
Submission has no major
errors related to citations,
grammar, spelling, syntax, or
organization
Describes at least two
secondary sources that could
be used to research the
historical event, but with gaps
in appropriateness, relevance,
or detail
Describes at least two primary
sources that could be used to
research the historical event,
but with gaps in
appropriateness, relevance, or
detail
Develops research question
related to the selected
historical event, but question is
not based on review of
primary and secondary sources
Identifies an audience that
would be interested in event
and research question, but
audience is not appropriate for
event and question
Describes how and why
message can be tailored to
audience, but with gaps in
examples
Does not describe at least two
secondary sources that could
be used to research the
historical event
15.8
Does not describe at least two
primary sources that could be
used to research the historical
event
15.8
Does not develop research
question related to the
selected historical event
15.8
Does not identify an audience
that would be interested in
event and research question
15.8
Does not describe how and
why message can be tailored
to audience
15.8
Submission has major errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or
organization that negatively
impact readability and
articulation of main ideas
Submission has critical errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or
organization that prevent
understanding of ideas
5.2
Total
3
100%
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March 15, 2020
Preliminary Writing Plan
The historical event I selected involves the Irish Immigration Experience. This event is
important as the Irish Immigrant population were considered to be one of the early popular and
largest cultural group among the minorities in the United States. Being one of the oldest
immigrants, they are considered to have played a significant role in the growth of the historical
American, including the industrial revolution, which is one of the pillar events that has made the
United States become a superpower.
For my secondary souraces, I chose Almeida (2001), which is a book that discusses the
participation of Irish Immigrants in building the modern New York City. The other source is a
document by Silva (2016), which highlights how and why the Irish Immigrants came to the US,
and how they adapted to the city. These two articles are relevant since they both explain the history
of Irish Immigrants in the US and what they managed to do for the country.
The question I would like to find out is whether the Irish Immigrants faced discrimination
when they first arrived in the US.
Ireland in the 19th Century was a period in which most of the land was owned by few
landowners, and they would lease the land to tenants at a fee. According to Silva (2016), with the
majority of the people having no land of their own and the high tenancy fees, contributed to the
widespread immigration of the Irish Immigrants into the US. Since they had a little educational
background and were predominantly being from a tenant farming background, Irish Immigrants
could only find jobs in industries and factories on the manual labor sector.
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According to Almeida (2001), both the early missionaries and settlers in the United States
faced discrimination against Northern Ireland Catholics. The author also highlights that the Irish
Immigrants faced discrimination and violence at the hands of the Native Americans. Most of the
Natives feared that their jobs were being taken over and that the increasing population of the
Immigrants would spark a revolution where the number of Irish Immigrants was growing
increasingly significant compare to that of Native Americans. This sparked several meetings and
protests in a bid to seek fairness for its members. A publication on the winter 1986 newsletter in
the Emeralds society Newsletter, a representative to the coalition, published a statement
encouraging Immigrants to be strong as they face discrimination and stand together in the big to
fight the menace to attain Equal Rights under the Law.
Assignment Feedback:
Choosing a historical event to write an historical analysis essay is
very important process in becoming a historian. The choice is based
on making your viewpoints heard and being original in a field that is
overcrowded. You choose a great historical event, give a great
description of what the event is and provide a new fresh idea on
where you have to go with your essay. Well Done!
Having strong secondary sources, is important to a historian, to help
build credibility and accuracy in your work. You have several very
strong, secondary sources! These sources will greatly aid you in
putting together your assignment.
3
Having a strong research question for your topic, is fundamental is
providing a good writing plan!! You have a great one here!! I look
forward to seeing the results from it!!
No major grammatical errors, sentence structure issues, or anything
else! Great Job!
Great Job!! You have a great sense on where you want to go with
your historical analysis essay!! You have strong secondary sources,
good research questions, and have tons of information on your
event. Please keep using me as a resource.
References
Almeida, L. D. (2001). Irish Immigrants in New York City, 1945-1995. Indiana University Press.
Silva, A. (2016). Irish Immigration to the US.
March 19, 2020
Immigration among the Irish prevalent during the early eighteenth century. The primary
jobs for the immigrants were industrials and provision of cheap labor for the wealthy business
people (Malcolm & Hall, 2019). The missionaries played a significant role during the early
periods to eliminate the hardships the Irish individuals were going through under their masters.
My research question will be “How the immigration hardships impacted the Irish during the
early periods of the nineteenth century.” research will provide credible, reliable, and accurate
information that will ne beneficial to a variety of groups (Malcolm & Hall, 2019). The primary
audience of my research will be the Irish researchers and citizens who are sensitive about the
plight their forefathers passed through in the hands of the colonizers before the coming of the
missionaries. The researchers being the primary audience will use my information for future
studies concerning the challenges the Irish went through. The citizen will use my data to learn
and understand more facts about the early generation and compare them with the modern
generation.
Since my focus will be concentrating on the Irish people, I will customize my message to
address the specific events that occurred among the Irish people. The tailoring of the information
will be a strategy to promote quick gathering of data about the Irish; thus, promoting quick
analysis and comprehension of the Irish immigration in the early century. I will focus on using
both primary and secondary sources of data to gather my information about the Irish. Some of
the primary sources of data I will use include interviewing the veterans who survived the
difficult situations of immigration (Malcolm & Hall, 2019). My research will considerably rely
on credible, reliable, and peer-reviewed journals, documentaries, and early times newspapers. I
will also use the net to research on trustworthy information concerning the Irish immigration and
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IRISH IMMIGRATION
the challenges the Irish went through. My primary objective of this research is to provide the
recipients of this information with credible and accurate information that can be used for future
references.
Reference
Malcolm, E., & Hall, D. (2019). A new history of the Irish in Australia. Cork University Press.
Retrieved from
https://muse.jhu.edu/book/63699/
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HIS 200: Applied History
Southern New Hampshire UniversityMarch 8, 2020
Topic and Research Question
Topic: The name of the topic for my project one is ‘Irish Immigration Experience’. The initial
notable group of Irish migration into the US started as early as 1979, following the depression
and low harvests in the linen business…
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