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Teach Essentials of Monroe Doctrine, TR’s Corollary, and FDR’s Good Neighbor Policy
Do not change the formatting in this file, including margins, font type, font size, line spacing, and this indentation on the 1st line of each paragraph. This begins the 1st paragraph used for both the 2nd Part (footnotes only) and the 3rd Part (footnotes in the real paper). For the 2nd Part, do all numbered Requirements. (Tip: Use Ctrl-F to find them all.) Requirement 1 on the 1st and 2nd page: Replace the Xs, Y’s, or #s at the top with your information and also on the 2nd page. In this 1st paragraph, use the earliest primary (the 1st one in the folder of primaries) and at least 2 textbook pages appropriate for the 1st primary. Requirement 2: make a correct footnote to a page of the 1st primary. Requirement 3 make a correct footnote to a textbook page about the creation of the Monroe Doctrine. Requirement 4: make a correct footnote to a textbook page for at least 1 of the early events about the Monroe Doctrine.
Make a simple transition sentence to introduce new paragraphs and to show how evidence fits together. (Tip: Write what you would say to that 1st year student. Be simple.) This begins your 2nd paragraph of your paper. In the 2nd paragraph, use the 2nd primary in the folder and at least 1 textbook page appropriate for the 2nd primary. Requirement 5: make a correct footnote to a page of the 2nd primary. Requirement 6: make a correct footnote to a textbook page appropriate for the 2nd primary.
This begins your 3rd paragraph of your paper—on the last time period. In the 3rd paragraph, use the 3rd primary in the folder and at least one textbook page appropriate for the 3rd primary. Requirement 7: make a correct footnote to a page of the 3rd primary. Requirement 8: make a correct footnote to a textbook page appropriate for the 3rd primary. Requirement 9: make sure the footnotes end on this page. Unless your paper is very long, leave the Page Break below (visible in the file, but not this print) so the Bibliography starts on the 2nd page. Caution: Take words out until this paper and its footnotes are only on 1 page.
What does Word footnotes do automatically? If you add, move, insert between footnotes, or delete a footnote.
What can you do to a footnote? Copy and paste into it (just do it from my documents). Edit it.
Kennedy, David M., Lizabeth Cohen, and Mel Piehl. American Pageant: A History of the Republic, 9th ed. Boston:
Cengage Learning, 2017.
Monroe, James. “Transcript of Monroe Doctrine.” Our Documents: 100 Milestone Documents from the National Archives, 1823. https://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=false&doc=23&page=transcript.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. “Address at Chautauqua, N.Y.” The American Presidency Project, August 14, 1936. https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/208921
Be sure you read this and replace the X’s and Y’s with your Last Name and your First Name:
WCJC stresses that students
show personal responsibility. Here is WCJC’s
explanation of personal responsibility. The words in light blue directly apply to this assignment.
Ethical – Pertaining to or dealing with an agreed upon moral code. Synonyms might include upright, honest, righteous, virtuous, principled, or honorable.
• Choices – Ethical choices/ decision-making involves the analytical interpretation of evidence and arguments, investigations into alternative points of view, or consideration of novel and untested solutions to a problem.
• Actions – Refers to something that is done, or performed, or which is an accomplishment reflecting a change in attitude or thought, or the ability to connect actions to ethical decision-making.
⁻ Use of correctly cited scholarly sources to support a stance
⁻ Accurate translations, presentation of facts, etc….
• Consequences – Refers to a personal understanding or anticipation of potential outcomes of choices.
To show that you read and you understand these statements, replace the Xs for your last name and Ys for your first name:
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