Question 1 about 250 word : Here in Texas, the state legislature
requires that each student take History 1301 and 1302. And the TAMUCC
Core curriculum requires wide variety of Humanities (fields like History, English, and the languages)
courses. However, there’s a good bit of pressure on colleges from
lawmakers, students, and parents to keep students focused on courses in
their major fields. For example, I often hear from students in fields
like engineering or nursing that they don’t feel like our history course
will have any value for them.
this discussion, I’d like to hear your thoughts on the value that
Humanities courses bring to your degree. Since you aren’t reading
primary sources, don’t worry about that type of evidence for this
discussion. It will make sense for you to reference some point made by
one of the articles as you lay out your ideas.
Question 2 about 300 word: For this discussion, carefully read the Voices of Freedom primary sources on pages 558 and 559 of the Give Me Liberty!
textbook. The two sources are part of an essay by Charlotte Perkins
Gilman about women’s role in the economy and part of an essay by John
Mitchell about the ways that some definitions of liberty have hurt the
working man. In your response, describe how each of them views the
connection between economics and liberty and explain how they differ in
their view of the relationship between the family and economic freedom.
your response you should use evidence from the primary sources to prove
your point. Typically this requires a three-step process of making your
assertions about the issue, giving the reader evidence that proves your
point (usually by providing a brief quotation from the text), and then
fully explaining to the reader why the evidence proves your point. Since
we are all looking at the same two pages of the textbook, you don’t
need to provide a citation when you reference the material.
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