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Document Analysis: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, “Declaration of Sentiments” (1848)

Document Analysis

  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton, “Declaration of Sentiments” (1848),

No extra research. Only write base on text.

  • Why was this document written?
  • ï‚ Why was the document published?
  • ï‚ Who was the audience?
  • ï‚ What does this document tell you about that historical time period?
  • ï‚ What does this document tell you about the historical actors of that time period?
  • ï‚ Is this document of historical value? Why?
  • ï‚ Does the document reveal any controversial aspects of North American history?
  • ï‚ Did you learn anything interesting or odd about history from this document? Why
  • did you find that information interesting or odd?
  • Point out the things you feel interesting. Write more on it.
  • Simply describing what happened is not sufficient as an historical interpretation of a document.
  • In short, historians are always trying to discover both the meaning and the significance of a piece of historical evidence. A good document analysis paper will focus upon both the text itself and the context, the broader picture of the history of that period that informs the document.

 

Declaration of sentiment use declaration of independence as a framework.You can compare this two. However, only 1-2 paragraph. Mainly focus on Declaration of Sentiments.

 

 

  • Grades will be based on clear and incisive writing, originality, selection and use of evidence, thesis 
development, and the persuasiveness of your analysis.
Please keep in mind that I will not necessarily weigh each of these elements equally
    • ô°  Originality of ideas
    • ô°  Carefully considered analysis
    • ô°  Rhetorical and argumentation skills? (i.e. logic and persuasiveness)
    • ô°  Formulation of thesis
    • ô°  Organization
    • ô°  Selection and use of evidence
    • ô°  Introduction
    • ô°  Conclusion
    • ô°  Style (sentence structure and word choice)
    • ô°  Mechanics (grammar/spelling)
    • ô°  Documentation and bibliography

 

 

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