There are 2 parts to this assignment:
First: For this assignment, you will do a search of UMGC’s (University of Maryland Global Campus) databases (Student info below) for two (2) scholarly source articles in peer reviewed journals on your chosen topic in where you will compare and contrast the revolutionary war from 1775 to 1783 war tactics to today’s war tactics. – please note that you must find articles which are available in full text on the UMGC library databases.
University of Maryland Global Campus student login:
Username: cdepazgarcia password: Alaia20Milena$
But First, What Exactly is a Peer Reviewed Scholarly Article? Scholarly Articles are accounts of the past written by historians who use primary sources as evidence. For example, secondary sources consist of books, articles, essays and lectures. For this assignment, students should select peer reviewed articles for this assignment. I would encourage you to stick with articles, since these sources can be easily found by way of UMGC library databases.
Here is the link to search up 2 resources with the UMGC’s OneSearch database: https://sites.umgc.edu/library/index.cfm
Bibliography: At the top of each Primary Source Analysis Narrative, students should provide a complete bibliographic entry. This complete bibliographic entry should include a formal citation, including the URL and your date of access.
Second: you will write a 250 word essay for each source with 1-inch margins, double spaced, and include no less than 250 words.
Analysis and Content: Each Scholarly Article Analysis should include a detailed summary of the main points of the article – in your own words. Ultimately, this should be written within the first two paragraphs of your analysis and include:
The author’s thesis and supporting arguments
Strengths and Weaknesses of each article, with an attempt to note any commonalities or specific trends
Sources used and opinion of the article
Each scholarly article should explain how the article pertains to your research
Ideally this information would be stated at the end of your analysis
It is important that students share more than a simple sentence in this analysis. I would like to see a paragraph dedicated to this portion of the assignment.
· Do not use resources from history.org, Britannica.com, online encyclopedias or similar tertiary sources. While these tertiary sources are useful for general knowledge, they are not primary sources.
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