The research paper should be at 1,500 words; at least 5 (full) pages but no more than 8 pages. All papers must be in APA format doubled spaced (Times New Roman 12” font) and include a title page and work cited page which does not count toward the page requirement. There needs to be at least 5 sources, none from general websites. You can use sources on-line but it will have to be from published journals so consider using JSTOR or even Google Scholar to search your topic. Lastly, out of the 5 sources at least 1 source needs to be used from the recommended list in your syllabus. All the books listed can be found in the Special Collection in our Coleman library. If you have any questions, feel free to let me know.If your paper does not meet this requirement it will be effected by (10 points) a whole letter grade. Late papers will be reduced one letter grade per day. All papers will be checked for plagiarism by SafeAssigns. Papers over 35% matching are deducted a letter grade. ? ? ITEMIZED POINTS ?????Title page: 3 points ?????Font: 3 points ?????# of pages: 3 points ?????Doubled space: 3 points ?????Works Cited: 3 points ? ?? Structure: (15 points) ?????Punctuation: 5 points ????Verb tense: 5 points ????Grammar: (10 points) #1 ? 15 points ????? #2 ? 15 points ????? #3 ? 15 points ????? #4 ? 15 points ????? #5 ? 15 points ????Content: See Below (75 points) RESEARCH PAPER: Total 100 points ??? Structure (10 points): Title page, Font, # of pages, Doubled spaced, and Works Cited Grammar (5 points): Punctuation and Verb Tense Content (75 points): The following questions must be addressed in the presentation (15 points each): 1. Topics 1-9, Provide the civilization’s history to the people in that geographical location. Topics 10-12, provide the topic’s history in relationship to African people in that geographical location. Also, identify the current name of the topic’s geographic location(s): Content: List the significance about this topic related to African people and their history Geography: Identify current (Continent /Country or more /and-or City-State) name(s) associated with the topic. 2. Provide timeline of subject: cover rise and fall- include millennium and century using either BCE or CE). Last, all topics must identify which of the 4 time periods your topic falls under. (See below) Timeline: Ancient Africa Precolonial Africa Middle Age Africa Africa’s Maafa 3500BCE -1500BCE 1500-500 CE 500CE- 1500 CE 700 CE -1900 CE 3. What types of accomplishments/contributions of this civilization/topic? (if topic deals with slavery or colonialism, use examples of resistance.) Accomplishments/ Contributions: Provide examples of Civilization’s innovation, wealth, and/or influence on the proceeding civilization. 4. What types of challenges existed for these Africans and what were some strategies used to counter them? Challenges/Strategies: Provide examples of any challenges regarding the people in your topic. 5. What did perceptions did you initially have regarding your topic, how has that changed since researching your topic? Conclusion: Share your general thoughts of what you learned about this topic including what you initial knew and what you learn from your research. Lastly I screenshot a list of the text that we used during class so you can use it as one of the sources that needs to be implemented in the writings and cited
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