“…reading makes a man”
Hello Writing World!
…so my history class is going we…..weird. :-) I don’t know much about American History but i am more than willing to continue learning! I have a document analysis paper due on Monday, but (as almost every student, maybe, finishes up assignments a few days to the due date…) i am starting NOW.
I had already chosen which document to analyze….but i found out that THAT document is actually the shortest document. And as i would expect, a lot of people are doing it. So i was thinking, i might just change it. This is it anyway:
Robert Yates, Brutus Essays I-II
The second one i am thinking about is:
Thomas Hutchinson, Speech of the Governor to the Two Houses (January 6, 1773)
Right now, i am going to check out background history on these two men and find out whose history interests me more.
However i will be working with a checklist in order to make my paper rich enough :-)
“…it is worth doing well, whatever one decides to get done”- (+1) of my teachers from years ago
So here is my check list
- Brief biography of the author
- Historical context of the document
- Document Analysis
- Synthesis of the document