The Anglican Church
You are to write a letter or journal/diary entry as a person who witnessed or participated in the event you chose. You are to use the researched information to persuade your audience that the impact of the chosen event is either good or bad. Your project needs to be in a formal essay do not list your responses after the guiding questions. Project Checklist: Make sure your project includes each item below before you submit it; missing items may cause your project to be reassigned. A focus on only ONE of the events on page 2. Research from 2 reliable sources. An introduction and conclusion. A 4-5 complete sentence paragraph response for each body paragraph required (listed under the topic list). Final word count should be between 450-550 words minimum for the whole project. An MLA heading placed before your introduction paragraph. In-text citations where researched information is used in the project. Correct voice in the writing. You must write a journal/diary entry or letter as a person who witnessed or participated in the event. A properly formatted Works Cited page with both sources included. The project directions and rubric included in the final project file. Body Paragraph Content: Your project should address all 3 points below; each point is one body paragraph. Each body paragraph needs to be a minimum of 4-5 sentences, but you may write more. Explain the event as if you are there by providing historical context (background) and details about it. General items to include are: who, what, where, when, why, how. Analyze (examine) how this event/new idea is going to impact/change 2 areas of culture at that time (learning/education, class structure, citizens rights, government power, the economy/trade, etc.). Start with the benefits/negatives of your event; how will those change the areas of culture you chose? Evaluate (judge) how you as a citizen of that time and place view this new idea/event. What is your perspective? Explain if you believe the new idea/event is good or bad for your country and why you have that perspective. This paragraph should NOT be a restatement of #2, but include your personal perspective based on who you are writing as.