Choose a topic that falls within the time frame of 1945-1964

History 236 -Research Assignments
Your assignment is to compile an annotated bibliography of 2 primary sources and 2 secondary sources, for a total of 4 sources. You will then write a brief (approximately 1-2 pages) thesis statement/argument proposal with supporting evidence. For your first assignment (due 10/1/14) you must choose a topic that falls within the time frame of 1945-1964 and for the second assignment (due 11/19/13) your topic must fall between 1964-Present
Donat make this harder than it needs to be.
a. CHOOSE A TOPIC
b. FIND FOUR SOURCES -Make sure you have 2 primary and 2 secondary sources
c. READ AND ANNOTATE YOUR FOUR SOURCESReference the In-Class assignments we have done. Use the questions as a guide for annotating your sources.
d. THEN DEVELOP YOUR WORKING THESIS
(Donat devise a thesis and then try and find sources to fit itit doesnat really work that way)

2. In your 1-2 page proposal
a. CONNECT your sourceswhich means you need to reference and cite those sources in your paper.
b. Think of the paper as a proposali.e. a?This is my thesis a¦.because I read these four sourcesa¦ and this is what they saida¦a?

3. CHICAGO STYLE bibliographic entries and FOOTNOTES
a. See below for the basic formula for books and journals.

For bibliographic entries that head annotations:
Last, First, Title of Book (Place: Publisher, year).
Last, First, a?Title of Article,a? Journal Title v, no. , (Month, Year).
For footnotes:
# First Last, Title of Book (Place: Publisher, year), pg.
History 236 -Research Assignments
Your assignment is to compile an annotated bibliography of 2 primary sources and 2 secondary sources, for a total of 4 sources. You will then write a brief (approximately 1-2 pages) thesis statement/argument proposal with supporting evidence. For your first assignment (due 10/1/14) you must choose a topic that falls within the time frame of 1945-1964 and for the second assignment (due 11/19/13) your topic must fall between 1964-Present
Donat make this harder than it needs to be.
a. CHOOSE A TOPIC
b. FIND FOUR SOURCES -Make sure you have 2 primary and 2 secondary sources
c. READ AND ANNOTATE YOUR FOUR SOURCESReference the In-Class assignments we have done. Use the questions as a guide for annotating your sources.
d. THEN DEVELOP YOUR WORKING THESIS
(Donat devise a thesis and then try and find sources to fit itit doesnat really work that way)

2. In your 1-2 page proposal
a. CONNECT your sourceswhich means you need to reference and cite those sources in your paper.
b. Think of the paper as a proposali.e. a?This is my thesis a¦.because I read these four sourcesa¦ and this is what they saida¦a?

3. CHICAGO STYLE bibliographic entries and FOOTNOTES
a. See below for the basic formula for books and journals.

For bibliographic entries that head annotations:
Last, First, Title of Book (Place: Publisher, year).
Last, First, a?Title of Article,a? Journal Title v, no. , (Month, Year).
For footnotes:
# First Last, Title of Book (Place: Publisher, year), pg.
History 236 -Research Assignments
Your assignment is to compile an annotated bibliography of 2 primary sources and 2 secondary sources, for a total of 4 sources. You will then write a brief (approximately 1-2 pages) thesis statement/argument proposal with supporting evidence. For your first assignment (due 10/1/14) you must choose a topic that falls within the time frame of 1945-1964 and for the second assignment (due 11/19/13) your topic must fall between 1964-Present
Donat make this harder than it needs to be.
a. CHOOSE A TOPIC
b. FIND FOUR SOURCES -Make sure you have 2 primary and 2 secondary sources
c. READ AND ANNOTATE YOUR FOUR SOURCESReference the In-Class assignments we have done. Use the questions as a guide for annotating your sources.
d. THEN DEVELOP YOUR WORKING THESIS
(Donat devise a thesis and then try and find sources to fit itit doesnat really work that way)

2. In your 1-2 page proposal
a. CONNECT your sourceswhich means you need to reference and cite those sources in your paper.
b. Think of the paper as a proposali.e. a?This is my thesis a¦.because I read these four sourcesa¦ and this is what they saida¦a?

3. CHICAGO STYLE bibliographic entries and FOOTNOTES
a. See below for the basic formula for books and journals.

For bibliographic entries that head annotations:
Last, First, Title of Book (Place: Publisher, year).
Last, First, a?Title of Article,a? Journal Title v, no. , (Month, Year).
For footnotes:
# First Last, Title of Book (Place: Publisher, year), pg.