Article Review on Cannibalism in Jamestown

Article Review on Cannibalism in Jamestown

Use your How to Write an Article Review instructions & your ESP=123 formula

Use the following formula to answer all questions

 Historical representation of documented materials the student must maintain Topicality

  1. Topicality is what the Author is talking about.
  2. Student will generate from research sources an original idea of the topic.

The only questions you need to ask in History

  1. Why is it historically significant? Author’s table of contents of chapters in the textbook
  2. What impact did it have on society? The subject’s that make up the chapter in the textbook which the author is using to discuss a topic.
  3. This will allow you to amass information on the topics mention in whatever the question is.

For example, what economic, social or political event Impacted Change during that time and why?

For historical representation of documented materials, the student must incorporate primary and secondary sources into their responses……

These are the easiest to remember… DATES & DEFINITIONS!

***These would be found in the Chapter Chronology and the Glossary of terms

**** Historical Inquiry response requires 2 distinctive forms of impact yet there are three that students can use as guides 

***ESP=123)

 

Your examples will give specific situations:            Author will use these in his examples:

Issues/Event……what caused it……Economic………………………………. Money, Trade, Commerce

Problem/Solution…. why it happened…………Social………………………Religion, People, Policy

Affects/Effects……. how & when……. Political…………………………………Laws, Rules, government

FYI————-*You need an original idea and any two will do……

  • ESP=1, 2, 3

How to use the formula:

  • Determine the significance and impact of topic……1
  • Use any two of the impacts mentioned above…….2
  • To check your answer for completion, make sure you provide supporting documentation using any three of the historical inquiry response methods…….3

 

Historical inquiry method of response

Who, What, When, Why, Where, &How?

Remember………. Any Three will set you free

How to write an article review-The Seven easy steps

 

 

  1. Goggle www.wikihow.com

 

  1. Once there type in “How to write an Article review”
  2. The correct webpage will read as follows: How to write an article review. Two methods…..sample article reviews and writing your own review…… when you scroll down you will see 7 steps (with pictures).

** Additional instructions and exact format for article review/ The above information can be used as a guide.

  • Create a title (cannot use the name of the article) ex: definition of a feeling or reflect on the focus of review
  • Topic/Topicality
    1. Cite the article you are reviewing

3) First Paragraph – Introduction – includes thesis/points of contention (what he/she        is talking about) and an example from the article to support the author’s thesis. (the first sentence in the first paragraph, should be the citation recited)

4) Second Paragraph – Your Critique – critics author’s work/what was some of the strengths and weakness within the article/ was the article relevant to the subject/ do you agree or disagree/ likes and dislikes/ include an outside source that supports why you like or dislike the thesis of the author and include two quotes to support what you are saying

5) Third Paragraph –Summarize what has already been said, thesis, points of contentions, strengths/weakness, and include at least one quote.

6) Conclusion – summarize what you said in the summary paragraph. Restate your thesis to summarize your points of contention. Last but not least MAKE A STATEMENT. Include one quote.

 

Article Review on Cannibalism in Jamestown

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