Snapshot 1- utilize all the assigned Rubenstein readings from weeks 1 and 2 (chapters 1 and 2) – and will chronologically/historically cover: pre-history to the late 1700s AD -summarize the weeks materials presented within the Rubenstein book in the form of 4 separate essay questions -professor wants to see that you covered all the bases of the pertinent era but also that you identified all the significant themes of the era covered using SOLELY the Rubenstein book -You’re essentially going to summarize the readings in 4 coherent, synthesized essays, from the weeks assigned providing a survey of the ups, downs and etc within those readings. You want to look for overall big-picture themes and significant happenstances. In providing me with this summary I am going to have you break it down over 4 separate areas of thought. For each individual question on all the snapshots I am looking for at least a strong paragraph of information. -DO summarize what is happening by cooking up an broad summative essay – DON’T relate what happened event by event or regurgitate what was read narrating the history as all that IS NOT what I am looking for here. Avoid just listing the facts from the chapters -Second – after processing what you’ve read – it’s now time to “cook up” the bigger picture essay/summation of what you read across the 4 areas I ask in these things. You are to provide 4 essays in each snap that each speaking to a different topic. -Your four essays in each snapshot will summarize what happened during the era we studied in terms of (4 paragraphs for each topic) 1) settlement/demography 2) Culture 3) Economics 4) The legacy As a side note – the chapters are chunked/divvied as they are because there is in fact a theme in the batches of chapters. When you provide the snapshot entry for either settlement, culture, econ, or legacy it is your job in each to provide a broad, summative yet detailed and coherent overview of what you’ve just read. Not a regurgitation of the chapters or a listing of facts and events snap 1, settlement – this is your place to tell me about Native demography, stats, locations, patterns, associations – then you would explore the arrival of the Euros – who, where to, when? Perhaps too mention how they interacted or displaced the Natives from where they were living. I’ll message the book login of my VitalSource of the book required for this paper.
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