172. Read some readings and answer the questions. Around 300 words.

Read some readings and answer the questions. Around 300 words.Read the readings on dropbox:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zmslvk49pblbl4h/AACDI7R… and answer the question.Question19. In Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense,” he mentions that “The cause of America is, in a great measure, the cause of all mankind” (420), why was America’s independence so vital for mankind?Please read the requirements very carefully. All the work has to be 100 percent original. Any kind of plagiarism will not be accepted. Thank you!!
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2327 Q and A standards 1
ENGL 2327 American Literature
Grading rubrics for questions and answers
Here are the standards–what I’m looking for.
1. Length: Questions will almost always be shorter than answers, but nevertheless need to
be more than a few words. A good question will be clear and reference the work. That
means probably 12-20 words for many of them. **EXAMPLE:
a) In the second paragraph, Paine mentions “quotation quotation etc.” Why do you
think he words it this way exactly? Is he trying to persuade, to defy, or what?
b) Whitman writes in “Lilacs” “Quotation quotation quotation/and so forth and so
on./Rest of quotation” (lines 3-5). Explain how you understand this and explain why
from the rest of the poem.
Answers, on the other hand, need probably to be 4-10 sentences on average. Why? They
must answer the question and all parts fully. They must explain why you answer as you
do. Often they involve a quotation or two, or a paraphrase or summary. They must also
document exactly from where you got your ideas.
2. Grammar, spelling, punctuation: This is a sophomore-level English course. Take the
time to spell names, places, titles correctly. Punctuate the titles of works correctly (your
handbook has a section on italics/underlining and one on use of quotation marks for
titles). Write complete sentences. Here’s a link to a brief reminder of what “complete
sentence” means: link to complete sentence explanation.
3. Open-ended quality: Questions must not be fact-based. Anyone can tell us how many
times Smith uses the term “Savages” in his essay or what Washington’s favorite image
appears to be in this excerpt. Your questions should inquire about ideas. These are the
ideas of the piece, not of its writer (we can’t ask him or her these questions).
4. EXAMPLES:
Why do you think this piece uses this particular terminology (“XXXX”) instead of
different wording?
2327 Q and A standards 2
Attitude of the piece toward its subject: What seems to be the attitude towards Native
Americans here? Why?
What audience do you think s/he was writing for and why?
From reading, what do you think the intention might have been in “Piece Title”?
Sincerity: Do you feel that Writer X is sincere here, or is this writer trying to impress or
“sell something”? Why?
This piece tries to support an argument. Does it succeed? Why/why not?
Does this piece undermine the tradition of the female as homemaker and child-raiser?
Where and why or why not?
Many people claim Whitman is arrogant. Do you see arrogance in this selection, and if
so, where? If you do not, show examples that you believe are not arrogant and discuss
why you think so.
5. The second part of any question: “Why do you say so?” You can put the “why”
directly into your questions or you can leave it out, but when you are answering, always
answer that question!!

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