the paper must start BCE ( BD ) the essay must end in the present day or even with a projection into the future.
identify common terms and concepts; significant dates; leading cultural figures, events, and their historical relevance; geography; and current cultural influence from past events in order to demonstrate familiarity with the history and global culture.
it Must have at least 10 words for word quotes ( 1 per each of the 10 sources) and include documentation for each quote used and for each paraphrase used.
Your topic must begin in BCE and must end in the present time; your conclusion should even project trends into the future, based on what you have learned AND combined with current events possibly including Covid-19, Global warming, political influences, and similar worldwide factors. Your essay must trace an item or development (cultural, social, political, technological, etc.) in the humanities. Your essay must have well-developed paragraphs (8-10) and have between 2000-3000 words. All relevant time periods and areas must be equally represented. Your essay must be in third person point of view. Do NOT use 1st person (“I”) or 2nd person (“you”). The introductory paragraph must have an attention-getting hook and effectively introduce your thesis statement. The thesis statement must be in the introduction paragraph and clearly express your essay’s main idea. Each body paragraph must have an easily identifiable topic sentence (generally the first or second sentence of the body paragraph), substantial major and minor details, transitional words/phrases, and concluding sentences. The concluding paragraph should illustrate your critical and analytical thoughts about the topic. It should NOT simply restate your intro paragraph. The conclusion should tell the reader why he/she should care about your paper. Why is it important to you as the writer or to me as the reader? What information should you or I take away from this? What could happen to future developments of the theme/movement/item, or development? The conclusion should create a more complex understanding of the subject of your paper. By the end of your essay, you should have worked through your ideas enough so that your reader understands what you have discussed and is ready to hear the larger point (i.e. the “so what”) you want to make about your topic. You must format your essay using MLA style. Be sure to use one-inch margins all the way around (Word default), true double-spacing throughout your entire document, Times New Roman, 12 points, with page numbers at the top right on each page (preceded by your last name and one space). You must include ten (10) word-for-word quotes (1 per source, minimum) correctly introduced with words of your own and documented in-text as well as on the Works Cited page. You may also use paraphrases, but remember that the citation covers only ONE sentence– the sentence just before the citation. All sources must be properly cited in the essay. In addition, any paraphrase(s) used must also be documented in-text and on the Works Cited page. Note: You may not use dictionaries, encyclopedias, random (non-credible) websites, or any other source of which the credibility is questionable as research sources (e.g. Wikipedia, blogs, etcetera). · If you list a source on your works cited page, you must have a corresponding in-text citation. If you have a parenthetical or in-text citation, it must have a corresponding source entry on the works cited page.