Consider what you have learned about American history from the 1920s to the 1940s. How do the stories you have read in this unit reflect what was going on in the country then? Describe what you have learned.

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Points Awarded Poor (1) The main idea or purpose is unclear. The response has little or no relevance. Directions: Use the rubric below as a guide in writing your essay. Criteria Excellent (4) Good (3) Fair (2) (Weight) Ideas/Purpose The main idea or The main idea or The main idea or (x2) purpose is purpose is purpose may be clearly stated. stated. unclear. The response is The response is The response is fully relevant generally somewhat The response relevant. relevant. strongly The response The response supports the mostly supports provides basic main idea or the main idea or support for the purpose. purpose. main idea or purpose. Textual There at least There are at There are fewer Evidence four specific least four than four (x1) details, examples, examples, examples, and/or details, and/or details, or citations that citations that citations that make clear make general make reference reference to the reference to the to the text. text. text. There are fewer than two examples, details, or citations that make reference to the text. The textual evidence is limited or vague. The textual evidence is not fully relevant Points Awarded Criteria (Weight) Conventions (* 1) Excellent (4) Good (3) There is a strong There is a command of general conventions. command of Punctuation, conventions. capitalization, Punctuation, and spelling are capitalization, consistently and spelling are correct. mostly correct. Fair (2) Poor (1) There is a partial There is a command of limited conventions. command of conventions. Punctuation, capitalization, Punctuation and and spelling are capitalization are inconsistent or mostly weak. incorrect. Errors in There are conventions may multiple errors occasionally in spelling. interfere with Errors in meaning. conventions often interfere with meaning. Select one of the prompts below and follow the directions. Respond in a paragraph that is written in complete sentences. (16 pts) a. Consider what you have learned about American history from the 1920s to the 1940s. How do the stories you have read in this unit reflect what was going on in the country then? Describe what you have learned. b. Many of the stories in this unit have a theme of loss in common. In your opinion, which story evokes the most pathos? Give reasons to support your opinions. c. The stories in this unit were all written more than 50 years ago. Write a persuasive paragraph about which story you think has best stood the test of time. Consider what is timeless about the style, theme, or characters of the story you choose.
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Running head: THE AMERICAN HISTORY 1920-1940s

The American History
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The American History 1920-1940s
The current US economy has its problems inherited from history. One such issue is
inequality (Piketty et al.2003). Some people feel bias is the way of life of the American free
economy while others see it as the root cause of instability of the economy in the country. The
disparity that existed in the 1920s contributed to the American Wall Street crash of 1929.T...


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