I need it in 24 hours urgent
Original Title for your Paper
This semester, you have the opportunity to dive more deeply into a specific element of human history that interests you. You will do this by defining a research topic and completing your research on that topic. You should choose a topic that you find not only interesting but also share-worthy. In other words, you can see yourself using the knowledge you acquire to educate a friend, colleague, family member or the public about your topic, or to more fully participate in some aspect of your work or personal life. We will review examples of topics.
Your paper must be 6 double-spaced pages in length and contain the following named sections:
Deep Historical Dive Into the Topic – minimum of 2-1/2 pages
Relevance Today – maximum of 1 page
Shareworthiness Experience – maximum of 1 page
Bibliography – minimum of 4 scholarly sources for your research.
Margins no greater than 1 inch, please. Please note that you MUST include proper in-text citations for all quoted or paraphrased material.
Examples of Format for Bibliographic Entries
Aurelius, Marcus. “Meditations.” In Heritage of Western Civilizations. Ed. John L. Beatty and Oliver A. Johnson. Vol 1. 8th ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. 1995. 212-220.
Corbett, Bob. The Haitian Revolution of 1791-1803: An Historical Essay in Four Parts. http://www.webster.edu/~corbetre/haiti/history/revolution/revolution1.htm (accessed 1/18/2012)
Student’s Last Name – Page #