History

1. Why did each colonizing European nation have a somewhat different relationship with Native Americans?

2. How did this phenomenon cause the empires of Spain, France, Holland, and England to develop in different ways?

3. What did it mean for the English in North America that they came late to the business of establishing an overseas empire?

4. What were the key European objectives in exploring North America in this period? Was England, France or The Netherlands most successful in achieving its objective?

5. What do we know about the pre-contact history of the Five Nations of Iroquois? How did this history affect the world of colonial America? How did the European colonial ventures affect the Iroquois?

6. What was the “middle ground,” and how was it created?

7. What were the ramifications of the northern Europeans failing to find cities equivalent to Tenochtitlan anywhere in North America?

8. Did the English, French, and Dutch have profoundly different attitudes toward the Indians at the

Onset?

9. Early on, did the Dutch face the need to democratize their colony?

10. Did other colonies of the era face a similar need? Why or why not?

HS150 World Civilizations I

Directions: Be sure to save an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling, and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) double‐spaced pages; refer to the “Format Requirementsʺ page for specific format requirements.

What major changes in political structures, and social and economic life, occurred during each of the following?

The Sui dynasty

The Tang dynasty

The Song dynasty

(Refer to chapter 14 of your textbook and additional references.)

Grading Rubric

Please refer to the rubric on the next page for the grading criteria for this assignment.

CATEGORYExemplarySatisfactoryUnsatisfactoryUnacceptable

10 points8 points5 points2 points

Student provides a clear and

complete thesis statement that

outlines the content of the

essay.

Student provides a mostly clear

and complete thesis statement

that outlines the content of the

essay.

Student provides a weak thesis

statement that outlines the

content of the essay.

Student does not provide a

thesis statement.

20 points15 points10 points5 points

Student provides a clear and

complete description of changes

in political structure, social, and

economic life in Sui Dynasty.

Student provides a clear and

complete description of at least

two elements of political

structure, social, and economic

life in Sui Dynasty.

Student discusses only one of

political structure, social, and

economic life in Sui Dynasty.

Student does not discuss

political structure, social, and

economic life in Sui Dynasty.

20 points15 points10 points5 points

Student provides a clear and

complete description of changes

in political structure, social, and

economic life in Tang Dynasty.

Student provides a clear and

complete description of at least

two elements of political

structure, social, and economic

life in Tang Dynasty.

Student discusses only one of

political structure, social, and

economic life in Tang Dynasty.

Student does not discuss

political structure, social, and

economic life in Tang

Dynasty.

15 points12 points8 points5 points

Student provides a clear and

complete description of changes

in political structure, social, and

economic life in Song Dynasty.

Student provides a clear and

complete description of at least

two elements of political

structure, social, and economic

life in Song Dynasty.

Student discusses only one of

political structure, social, and

economic life in Song Dynasty.

Student does not discuss

political structure, social, and

economic life in Song

Dynasty.

10 points8 points5 points2 points

Student provides a strong

conclusion that summarizes the

essay or draws conclusions that

go beyond the essay.

Student provides a reasonable

conclusion.

Student provides a poor or

illogical conclusion.

Student fails to provide a

conclusion.

10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

Student makes no errors in

grammar or spelling that distract

the reader from the content.

Student makes 1-2 errors in

grammar or spelling that

distract the reader from the

content.

Student makes 3-4 errors in

grammar or spelling that

distract the reader from the

content.

Student makes more than 4

errors in grammar or spelling

that distract the reader from

the content.

15 points 12 points 8 points 5 points

The paper is written in proper

format. All sources used for

quotes and facts are credible

and cited correctly. Excellent

organization, including a variety

of thoughtful transitions.

The paper is written in proper

format with only 1-2 errors. All

sources used for quotes and

facts are credible and most are

cited correctly. Adequate

organization includes a variety

of appropriate transitions.

The paper is written in proper

format with only 3-5 errors.

Most sources used for quotes

and facts are credible and cited

correctly. Essay is poorly

organized, but may include a

few effective transitions.

The paper is not written in

proper format. Many sources

used for quotes and facts are

less than credible (suspect)

and/or are not cited correctly.

Essay is disorganized and

does not include effective

transitions.

Thesis Statement (10

points)

Sui Dyansty (20 points)

Conclusion (10 points)

Song Dyansty (15

points)

Format – APA Format,

Citations,

Organization,

Transitions (15 Points)

Mechanics -Grammar,

Punctuation, Spelling

(10 Points)

Tang Dynasty (20

points)

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