Cumulative Evidence-Based Essay (50 Points Total/10 Points per Paragraph) – Writ

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Cumulative Evidence-Based Essay (50 Points Total/10 Points per Paragraph) – Write a five-paragraph essay between 1000-1500 words (or approximately 200-300 words per paragraph) responding to the prompt below. Begin your essay with an introductory paragraph that explicitly includes a thesis and defines any key terms or ideas necessary to articulate your argument. In the body of the essay (three paragraphs), use at least one source from each part of the course to support your argument (primary sources or case studies). In other words, use once source from Part 1, a second source from Part 2, and a third source from Part 3. In the conclusion, compare/contrast your cases and summarize how your evidence supports your main thesis. Use materials from lectures and contextual readings to offer the historical context necessary to understand the thesis you are presenting.
This essay is deliberately broad and open-ended. Remember that you should not write about everything. Rather, support a clearly defined thesis with appropriate evidence from the course (just like you’ve done on previous exams).
Remember to write within the word limits. We will deduct 5 points for every 50 words you write above 1600 words.
Formulate your own thesis – How did “globalization” change the world? Explain how the desire for commodities and/or natural resources contributed to the rise of “globalization.” In your view, how has this desire for commodities and/or natural resources changed or continued over the course of the early modern world?
For a successful essay, be sure to include the following:
Paragraph 1 (12 Points):
Write a clear thesis. Even though you are not “agreeing” or “disagreeing” with a statement, use your previous essays as guides on how to approach thesis writing.
Define any concepts that are necessary for the reader to understand your essay.
Choose three sources that allow you to discuss change over time.
Paragraph 2 (12 Points):
Use one example from Part 1 of the class that supports your argument, using specific examples from a primary source or case study.
Remember the 5Ws and that time, place, and context matter.
Paragraph 3 (12 Points):
Use one example from Part 2 of the class that supports your argument, using specific examples from a primary source or case study.
Remember the 5Ws and that time, place, and context matter.
Paragraph 4 (12 Points):
Use one example from Part 3 of the class that supports your argument, using specific examples from a primary source or case study.
Remember the 5Ws and that time, place, and context matter.
Paragraph 5 (12 Points):
Conclude by explicitly comparing/contrasting your examples.
Explain how and why your examples were similar and/or different.

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