Question Description

Read Chapter 15 written by Peter N. Stearns that I have attached below and answer this question in ESSAY FORMAT

Question: What were the main motives of the two expeditions? How do they compare?

The purpose of the essay: provide a close reading of the documents. Avoid summarizing information found in Stearns’ introductions to the chapter and/or documents. In other words, CONSTRUCT AN ARGUMENT BY DEMONSTRATING OW THE DOCUMENTS RELATE TO THE QUESTIONS FROM STEARNS. ESSAY NEEDS TO BE AT LEAST 800 WORDS.

Can only use information from the reading that I have attached, no outside sources allowed. Make sure to cite the source of information. This includes quotes and paraphrasing.Cite using (Stearns, page #) Students who do not cite sources will receive zero points.

When taking a quote from the reading, make sure to put quotation marks starting from the beginning of the sentence to the end.

How the essay will be graded:

  • Argument
  • Organization and Development
  • Evidence (use of sources and citation)
  • Mechanics (grammar, spelling, sentence structure)

Read Chapter 15 written by Peter N. Stearns that I have attached below and answer this question in ESSAY FORMATQuestion: What were the main motives of the two expeditions? How do they compare? The purpose of the essay: provide a close reading of the documents. Avoid summarizing information found in Stearns’ introductions to the chapter and/or documents. In other words, CONSTRUCT AN ARGUMENT BY DEMONSTRATING OW THE DOCUMENTS RELATE TO THE QUESTIONS FROM STEARNS. ESSAY NEEDS TO BE AT LEAST 800 WORDS.Can only use information from the reading that I have attached, no outside sources allowed. Make sure to cite the source of information. This includes quotes and paraphrasing.Cite using (Stearns, page #) Students who do not cite sources will receive zero points.When taking a quote from the reading, make sure to put quotation marks starting from the beginning of the sentence to the end. How the essay will be graded:ArgumentOrganization and DevelopmentEvidence (use of sources and citation)Mechanics (grammar, spelling, sentence structure)