This week, you will submit the first draft of your Humanities Project paper. As a reminder, the requirements for this paper are listed below. Remember, writing is a process. Your first draft should be your best effort, but much will change between this draft and your final submission at the close of our time together.
This paper should be written in traditional research paper format, should include two figures from the Humanities (one from the past and one figure from the present, or a completely different era from the other), and should compare and contrast their achievements.
Title Page – Captivating title, your name, title of the course, date.
Body – 4-5 pages in length. Follow this rough map (outline):
Attached is the project instructions. Alos I have attached part 1 and part 2 which have already been completed. This next step has to carry on from what was already started. I ideally want the same tutor to work on this the entire assignment to the end. All that is due this week is part 3 which is explained above.
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