Structure Introduction to question and answer Thesis statement includes the thre

Structure
Introduction to question and answer
Thesis statement includes the three-argument topics
3 Argument paragraphs – Topic Sentence
Evidence (2-3 separate sources) from textbooks, lectures, primary sources, outside sources
Explanation of evidence
Conclusion – why the question/answer are important historically
Mechanics
WORD OR PDF ONLY
Paper Length (2-4 pages – 1 page per answer is a good aim.)
750-1000 words
Sources/Evidence
Textbook (Gender in History, page #)
Lectures (Lecture, date)
PowerPoint Presentation (PP, #)
Online Source (web link)
Novel (novel name and page number)
Section A: Textbook Questions
How do religious traditions both strengthen and question existing gender structures?
Section B: Graphic Novels
How do you understand the idea of “girlhood” within these novels?
Section C: Course Content
What is the value of taking a history class in your General Studies curriculum?
How will this class aid you in your future study/life?