Mexican American War

What is an analytical paper?
    When you are required to write an analytical essay, it means in your essay you should present some argument, and then to analyze it thoroughly.
    The basic elements of academic essay writing are two: a thesis and evidence, divided into three parts: an introduction, the systematic development of an argument with EVIDENCE, and a conclusion. All scholarly writing, from the most concise paper to the longest book, follows these basic guidelines.

Paper Guidelines:
    Citation: Chicago Manual of Style
    Times New Roman, 12 point font, 1 inch margins, double-spaced
    You must cite at least THREE sources. They can be readings from class or outside academic articles that youve found.
    You should have at least TWO direct quotes from a reading. Additional evidence may be paraphrased and referenced.
Grading Rubric

Points    Criteria

22.5 – 25
points (A)        Well-developed thesis directly addressing the topic.
    Persuasive analysis of the topic, addressing all parts of the topic; analysis demonstrates thorough understanding of all sides of a question (as appropriate).
    Outstanding grasp of general historical issues raised by topic.
    Numerous specific examples demonstrate detailed knowledge of relevant history.
    Extremely well organized, with a clear introduction, argument, and conclusion.
    Well written in appropriate standard English; few grammatical errors or colloquialisms

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