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10 points-Introduction and one sentence thesis statement
Clear, complex and well written thesis statement, including three elements/examples to be discussed in the body paragraphs, in a full paragraph introduction of your paper.
Avoid casual/informal, colloquial, or overly figurative hyperbolic language. 15 points-Topic Sentences
Each topic sentence must relate directly if not literally repeat a thesis element. 15 points-Paper Length
15 points for 1200 words or more
12 points 1000 words
9 points 800 words
6 points 600 words
3 points for 400 words
30 points-Amount of specific examples
Each body paragraph must have a minimum of four examples based on terms from each unit that support your argument or thesis. Make sure to fully explain and define all terms used. 10 points-Content/Style/Effort
Clear, complex and complete sentences using formal academic language used to support a well thought out thesis. Avoid casual/informal, colloquial, or overly figurative hyperbolic language. 10 points-Grammar/Sentence Structure/Font/Spacing
All thoughts should be constructed in comprehensible language in 12 point font, double spaced. 10 points-Conclusion and Restated Thesis
Clear restatement of thesis concluding your paper in a thoughtful, paragraph long summation of your argument. Your answer should be about 1200 words and take around 2 hours to complete.
Essay Question: ANSWER THE ESSAY USING A STANDARD FIVE PARAGRAPH FORMAT, INCLUDING AN INTRODUCTION WITH A CLEAR THESIS STATEMENT (THE QUESTION CATEGORIES RESTATED), TOPIC SENTENCES FOR EACH BODY PARAGRAPH AND A CONCLUSION RESTATING YOUR THESIS. In a well-organized five-paragraph essay discuss the ‘Early Republic’ period from 1783-1825. In your essay, use as your thesis the distinct periods of: the struggles immediately after the revolution before the Constitutional Convention, through the formation of the first administration 1783-1797, (Unit-Module 5 and 6), The period of constitutional reform including the ratification debates between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists, (Unit-Module 5 and 6) and lastly, the period covering the administrations from Adams to Monroe, 1797-1825, (Unit-Module 6)
Make sure to discuss at least four terms/specific examples/details (see suggestions below) in each of your body paragraphs. Your thesis should look something like this:
After the hardships of the American Revolution there were several important phases leading to the full development of the United States: I will discuss the period immediately following war and the formation of the first administration from 1783-1797, the long period of constitutional reform including the ratification debates between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists, and lastly, the period including the administrations from Adams to Monroe, 1797-1825.
Terms for this exam: Unit-Module 5: A NEW NATION-CHAPTER 6 PATRIARCHY
MATERNALISM
REPUBLICAN MOTHERHOOD
NEW YORK MANUMISSION SOCIETY
ABOLITIONISM
SHAY’S REBELLION
JAMES MADISON
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
SEPARATION OF POWERS
THE VIRGINIA PLAN
NEW JERSEY PLAN
THE GREAT COMPROMISE
FEDERALISM
CONFEDERALISM
THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION
FEDERAL REPUBLIC REPUBLIC VETO IMPEACHMENT
ELECTORAL COLLEGE
3/5THS COMPROMISE
FUGITIVE SLAVE CLAUSE
GEORGE WASHINGTON BILL OF RIGHTS
FIRST AMENDMENT Unit-Module 6: CHAPTER 6 AND 7
THE EARLY REPUBLIC COMPROMISE OF 1790
WHISKEY REBELLION
THE FEDERALIST PAPERS
FEDERALIST
ANTI-FEDERALIST
ALEXANDER HAMILTON
THOMAS JEFFERSON
JOHN ADAMS
ALIEN AND SEDITION ACTS
QUASI WAR WITH FRANCE/XYZ AFFAIR
THE REVOLUTION OF 1800
TWELFTH AMENDMENT HAMILTON-BURR DUEL
REVEREND RICHARD ALLEN
GABRIEL’S REBELLION SALLY HEMINGS
LOUISIANA PURCHASE
LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION
THE WAR OF 1812
BATTLE OF FORT MCHENRY
JAMES MADISON
DOLLEY MADISON
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY
JAMES MONROE
ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS
MONROE DOCTRINE
EXTRA CREDIT PARAGRAPH: 5 POINTS! What do you think of the Sally Hemings problem? Can you consent if you are enslaved? Does it matter if she liked him? Why didn’t he free her?

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