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The purpose of the 3 Wiki assignments is to familiarize you with a "new" methodology of studying history ("new" because this is my own creation). In my lifetime of studying the past, I have seen certain reoccurring "themes” that help us understand the course of human events in this discipline we call history. I have also provided here the list of historical themes. The general objective of the Wiki is to summarize an aspect of history studied during the grading period THROUGH the lens of a theme found in my list of themes. Example, if you wanted to write about Alexander the Great, you then choose to summarize the history of him through a theme, such as Power of Personality, where you might discuss his military leadership as conqueror of the world. OR you could talk about him through the theme of Pivot Points in History and talk about how he ushered in the Hellenistic Era and changed the political and cultural face of the world. Those are examples. You will choose 3 separate themes and write about 3 separate episodes from any of the history study during the grading period through the  themes you choose. Look at the sample Wiki and see how they have formatted their 3 sections of the essay. For each theme you discuss, you need to quote your textbook OR an outside secondary scholarly source of your choosing once and ONE primary document found either in your ebook or from an outside source.(See further details about your sources below). Use a different primary document for each theme and history you write on. You must include a properly formatted Works Cited.  These Wikis will help you learn to see history in terms of these themes. Some of these themes are quite self-explanatory and some are not. There are 20 historical themes and 3 Wiki assignments you are expected to complete in the semester - therefore there are NO REPEATS of themes in your Wiki posts. You will use a total of 9 different themes in the semester from the 3 Wiki Assignments

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