Define the experience of your family, or a particular family ancestor(s), or someone(s) whose experience you are familiar with, and portray the immigration experience(s) coming from their native homeland, crossing to the U.S., the process of “assimilation”, and what to you was the eventual outcome of this experience(s). Or if this process is still ongoing, characterize the stage s/he has reached by this point in the experience.

Final Exam
Each student will address the following essay question.

Define the experience of your family, or a particular family ancestor(s), or someone(s) whose experience you are familiar with, and portray the immigration experience(s) coming from their native homeland, crossing to the U.S., the process of “assimilation”, and what to you was the eventual outcome of this experience(s). Or if this process is still ongoing, characterize the stage s/he has reached by this point in the experience.

What historical arguments is Wallace & Zepeda-Millán making (across diff epochs).

Book Review 2: Walls, Cages, and Family Separation Race and Immigration Policy in the Trump Era

Do not include subheadings as seen below in guidelines, should only serve as guidelines to help you structure your BR.
Remember to proofread for clarity, flow, syntax, & grammar.
4-5 pages double-spaced.

What historical arguments is Wallace & Zepeda-Millán making (across diff epochs).

Pick and choose what historical episodes you think are important to include

What Key Concepts are they utilizing as analytic framework(s): i.e., _____

Do you think that the educational system as it is presently functioning in the United States serves students well? Or do you think that it might be more responsive to their needs, if is revamped to incorporate a mix of educational modalities that predominated in colonial America?

Some things to ponder before you even begin writing this essay:

Do you think that the educational system as it is presently functioning in the United States serves students well? Or do you think that it might be more responsive to their needs, if is revamped to incorporate a mix of educational modalities that predominated in colonial America?

Questions you should respond to are written in italics.

Apprenticeship programs

Many young people in Colonial America took part in apprenticeships; they learned a trade as they worked alongside experienced crafts persons. (Note: Nobody is indicting that these apprentices were necessarily treated well. Some might have been abused on many levels.)

Might updated apprenticeships be more responsive to the needs of students than are the educational programs now operational in America’s cities? Might they send students on their way to a career while they are still in high school? Might apprenticeship programs sponsored by unions grant participants a chance to earn while they learn?

Advocates for this educational modality maintain that it has multiple advantages. It provides students with a curriculum that is tailored to their particular needs and also frees them up to spend time on projects or work opportunities that might benefit them more than would sitting in a classroom. And it, likewise, allows students to avoid the bullying and social pressures than can make their school days unpleasant. Do you think that it can live up to the promises proponents make for it?

Describe the ways you find it shows the complexity of the event,and provide a suggestion for how they can further develop the statement or the supporting examples.

Complexity and Contingency

In response two peers, reflect on their revised statement. Describe the ways you find it shows the complexity of the event,and provide a suggestion for how they can further develop the statement or the supporting examples.

Describe the immediate and long-term consequences of the historical event for American society. In other words, how did the event impact American society?

Women Suffrage Movement and the Nineteenth Amendment

Describe the causes of the historical event. In other words, what were the underlying factors that led to the historical event? Were there any
immediate causes that precipitated the event?

Illustrate the course of your historical event. In other words, tell the story or narrative of your event. Who were the important participants? What
did they do? Why? How do the perspectives of the key participants differ?

Describe the immediate and long-term consequences of the historical event for American society. In other words, how did the event impact
American society?

Discuss the historical evidence that supports your conclusions about the impact of the event on American society. Support your response with
specific examples from your sources.
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III. Conclusion: In this section of your essay, you will discuss the impact of historical thinking. Specifically, you should:

Explain why this historical event is important to you personally. In other words, why did you select this event to research?

Illustrate how your research of the historical event impacted the way you thought about the event. In other words, how did thinking like a
historian change the lens through which you viewed the event?

Support your response with specific examples.

Explain how a historian would pursue further study of your thesis statement. In other words, if a historian were to continue researching your
thesis statement, what would be the future directions or next steps?

How does the art of the Baroque portray a growing tension between faith and reason?

Baroque Perspective of Logic and Religion

How does the art of the Baroque portray a growing tension between faith and reason? Use examples:

Reading: The Baroque: Art, Politics, and Religion in Seventeenth-Century Europe


and https://smarthistory.org/reframing-art-history/sacred-baroque-catholic-world/

The Dred Scott Decision, the 14th Amendment, Plessy v Ferguson, and Brown vs The Board of Education (1 and 2) are all tied together. One could call them collectively examples of a step forward (progress) or a step backward (regression). Explain how the cases link and whether they were moving forward or backward, or a combination.

Homework

Q1:The Dred Scott Decision, the 14th Amendment, Plessy v Ferguson, and Brown vs The Board of Education (1 and 2) are all tied together. One could call them collectively examples of a step forward (progress) or a step backward (regression). Explain how th

Answer the two question below, I also posted the question in the title.

Q1:The Dred Scott Decision, the 14th Amendment, Plessy v Ferguson, and Brown vs The Board of Education (1 and 2) are all tied together. One could call them collectively examples of a step forward (progress) or a step backward (regression). Explain how the cases link and whether they were moving forward or backward, or a combination.

Q2:Historian Darlene Clarke Hine once said that African Americans found the Achille\’s Heel in Jim Crowism (paraphrased). If we think of Jim Crowism as systematic racism spread over the generations, was she right? Discussing at least 3 examples, support your answer thoroughly explaining why you responded the way you did. Warning: Understanding the concept of Achille’s Heel is central to this question. If you don’t know what it is do a little research or ask.

How does the caregiver role affect family dynamics? What support services are available to support this role?

Week 3 Discussion

1. Caring for older adults has become more intensive, complex, and long lasting than in the past. There are many barriers to caregivers receiving adequate preparation for their role. Evidence suggests that many caregivers experience negative psychological effects. Some caregivers are at higher risk than others, especially those who spend long hours caring for older adults with advanced dementia. Caregivers should have access to high-quality, evidence-based interventions designed to mitigate or prevent adverse health effects (Schulz, 2016). How does the caregiver role affect family dynamics? What support services are available to support this role?

Reference

Schulz R, Eden J, (2016). Families Caring for an Aging America. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US).

2. Women have shorter working lives because they tend to leave the workforce earlier than men. Based on data from the OECD, the average age for women to leave the labor-market in OECD countries is 62.3, which is about one to two years earlier than men. What are your thoughts on this?

Reference

OECD 2016. Aging and employment policies Statistics on average effective age of retirement.

Evaluate four successes and four failures from Chapters 27-32.Be sure to show change over time and cause & effect. WHY did these events happen?

Evaluate four successes and four failures from Chapters 27-32.

Include facts from primary and secondary sources from the readings.

Be sure to show change over time and cause & effect. WHY did these events happen? Think of yourself as a lawyer in a courtroom. It does not matter what you think – it matters what you can prove with facts.