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This assignment deals with a significant moment in the road to Confederation. The Rebellions in Upper and Lower Canada initiated the shift toward 'responsible government' in the British Colonies. This form of government evolved into representative government and a unique relatively non-violent form of nation building took hold leading ultimately to Confederation.

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/r...

Use this link to write a 5 paragraph essay with an intro and conclusion that compares the two rebellions. Around 500 words. Needs to spell checked and in detail.Here is some previous feedback from my teacher.

I definitely recommend that you edit this essay so that you will have a better understanding of how to produce proper essays going forward. Also, I highly recommend that you use a proper word processing program in the future to help you catch spelling mistakes and grammar errors, as there were quite a few of them in this essay. I recommend that you download a free program called Open Office, as it will allow you to catch grammar and spelling errors before you even make them! Here is the link to download it: https://www.openoffice.org/download/

"In the future, you always need to include a Works Cited list at the bottom of your essay. This Works Cited list presents all of your sources in MLA format. You also need to include in-text citations whenever you use information from any of your sources. Please read the guide that I have included below on how to use in-text citations and write a Works Cited list.

You also need to work on your essay paragraph structure. In the future, your essay needs to be designed to include the following:

1) The essay starts with an introductory paragraph that introduces the topic and contains a clear thesis statement that explains the main idea of your essay. This thesis statement is proved by the content of the paragraphs that follow it.

2) Three body paragraphs which live between your introduction and conclusion. These body paragraphs prove your thesis statement, so they need to contain lots of in-text citations to back up your information. Also, each of these body paragraphs needs to begin with a topic sentence that states the main point of the paragraph, and then each body paragraph needs to end with a concluding sentence that summarizes the content of each paragraph.

3) Finally, your essay needs to end with a concluding paragraph that summarizes your thesis statement and the points that you have made in your body paragraphs.

4) You follow the concluding paragraph with a list of works cited. "


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Social Studies Assignment 7 Essay Outline: 1) Intro: World War II is considered to be the single most significant man-made conflict in all of history. The numerous battles of WWII had a tremendous impact on millions of people, and it shaped the political and social landscape of the twentieth century. Thesis Statement: Canada’s current national identity was forged as a result of WWII: our contributions in this battle defined our nation as an industrialized and independent country that is willing to accept refugees. 2) Body: • Topic Sentence #1: Millions of people were affected by World War II. It certainly impacted the lives of millions of Canadians, as it forced Canada to reinvent itself as an industrialized nation.  Proof #1: The British requested that the Canadian government should not expend vast numbers of Canadian soldiers as it had during WWI; rather, Britain requested that Canada be responsible for training the pilots of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, which was proposed on September 26th, 1939. In addition, Canadians were to ship raw materials and supplies to Britain to fuel their war efforts (Collections Canada).  Proof #2: As a result of this demand, Canada completely redefined its infrastructure: it entered the war as an agricultural economy filled with small towns and exited the war as an industrial powerhouse filled with large cities. Canada’s General Motors Company joined forces with America’s Ford Automotive to produce the Canadian Military Pattern truck, which became the standard vehicle of British soldiers. On May 28th, 1940, Canada supplied the British forces with seven destroyers, 75,000 Ross rifles, and over 50 million rounds of ammunition; these supplies would be instrumental to the British victory during the Battle of Britain. Canada also produced over 14,000 aircraft to be used by British pilots (Second World War). • Conclusion: The Second World War affected the lives of millions of Canadians by completely redefining Canada’s economy and means of production, leading to the highlyindustrialized society that we live in today. • Topic Sentence #2: World War II also affected the lives of millions of Europeans. Of particular importance are the Jewish refugees who fled persecution in Europe to find safety in the arms of Canada.  Proof #1: Between 1947 and 1949, 1123 Jewish orphans were sent to Canada as part of the War Orphans project. The Canadian government required Canada’s Jewish community to take full responsibility for children orphaned by the Holocaust. Canada’s relatively small Jewish population was tasked with finding foster homes, schooling, and jobs for these new orphans (Virtual Museum).  Proof #2: Most of the orphans, totaling about 790, settled in Montreal and Toronto. Manitoba received 131 of these immigrants, while Alberta received 28 and BC received 38 (Virtual Museum). • Conclusion: Of the nearly 60 million people affected by World War II, a few thousand found safety in Canada. These people have left descendants who are still with us today. • Topic Sentence #3: Canadians did not simply sit back and watch Britain and America fight the Germans. Canada was also notable for its tremendous military contributions to the campaigns of World War II. These contributions helped Canada escape the label of being a British dominion and establish itself as an independent nation.  Proof #1: Canadians were involved in The Battle of the Atlantic, the military campaigns of Italy and North-West Europe, and many aerial campaigns. During the Battle of the Atlantic, Canadians participated in this famous naval battle from beginning to end. In Italy and Northwest Europe, Canadians took part in many famous ground battles occurring from 1943 to 1945. Among these were the failed Dieppe Raid and the successful liberation of the Netherlands. During the aerial campaigns, Canadians aided in the bombing of various German cities (Second World War).  Proof #2: Canada’s participation in these battles affected the nation on a political level. The contributions of our nation to these historic battles helped define the country as an independent nation. As such, WWII is often viewed as a “nation building” experience for Canada because it allowed Canada to enter WWII as a British colony and emerge as an independent nation (Second World War). • Conclusion: Canada’s national identity was forged by WWII. 3) Conclusion: Canada’s national identity was forged in the flames of WWII. Canada’s contributions to the Allied war effort defined it as an independent nation, allowing it to grow into the industrialized and autonomous country that it is today. Canada’s acceptance of Jewish refugees also initiated its development into a multicultural nation that is accepting of many different ethnicities. Although WWII will always be considered a highly traumatic event in the public memory, its trials and tribulations allowed Canada to define itself as a strong and valued country. 4) Works Cited: *** For web pages, a works cited entry should be written in this order: *** Author’s Last Name, First Name if given. "Title of Article in Quotation Marks." Title of Website in Italics. URL (without https://). Day Month Year of Access. “Second World War.” Library and Archives Canada. http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/military/025002-7000-e.html. 31 Mar 2017. “Open Hearts, Closed Doors: The War Orphans Project.” Virtual Museum: Canada. http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/sgc-cms/expositions-exhibitions/orphelins-orphans/english/. 31 Mar 2017. In the future, you always need to include a Works Cited list at the bottom of your essay. This Works Cited list presents all of your sources in MLA format, which follows this style: Author’s Last Name, First Name if given. "Title of Article in Quotation Marks." Title of Website in Italics. URL (without https://). Day Month Year of Access. Here is an example of a Works Cited entry: Works Cited: Barnes, Henry. “Second World War.” Library and Archives Canada. http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/military/025002-7000-e.html. 31 Mar 2017. You will often encounter websites that do not list the author’s name. If this is the case then you can simply omit the author’s name and start by listing the title of the article. Works Cited: “Second World War.” Library and Archives Canada. http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/military/025002-7000-e.html. 31 Mar 2017. You also need to include in-text citations whenever you use information from any of your sources. An in-text citation follows this style: (Author’s Last Name, Name of Publisher) Remember that in-text citations need to come at the end of the sentence in which information from one of your sources is used, and it needs to be placed before the period, not after. Here is an example of how to use an in-text citation: In addition, Canadians were to ship raw materials and supplies to Britain to fuel their war efforts (Vernier, Collections Canada). It is also fine to list an in-text citation for a source that does not list the author’s name. If this it the case then you only need to state the name of the publisher: In addition, Canadians were to ship raw materials and supplies to Britain to fuel their war efforts (Collections Canada). ...
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The Road to Confederation in Canada
Introduction
The road to confederation was not a walk in the park in the case of Canada. The road was
shaped by political events which together, contributed to the nationhood in the country as we
know it today. The years 1837 and 1838 were characterized by significant rebellions with
insurgents revolting against the crown and status of politics during the day. This paper seeks to
compare the two rebellions; rebellion in Lower Canada and that of the Upper Canada. The
primary objective of the paper is to compare the two.
Rebellion in Lower Canada
This revolt was the more serious and violent of the two. Louis-Joseph Papineau and his
fellow rebels notably his patriots and French Canadian natio...

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