must be 2 sources Cited
1 Source Has to come from school library
Instructions down below
Reflect on the textbook reading and lesson for this unit to form a comparison between the British Industrial Revolution as well as the American and French political revolutions. Using this mental comparison, you will provide your own definition of revolution in the 18th and early 19th Centuries, following the instructions in Step 3. To support your definition, you will use an example of a catalyst from each of the three revolutions.
Step 1: Choose an appropriate source.
At least one source must come from the CSU Online Library. The Academic OneFile and General OneFile are databases in the CSU Online Library that would be good places to start your search. If you need additional help with using or locating information in the online library, there are Library Video Tutorials available on the main page of the CSU Online Library under the heading “Research Guides.” You may use additional resources, but those sources cannot include Wikipedia, biography.com, history.com, or other encyclopedias.
Step 2: Complete your research.
Choose at least one interesting experience from each of the three revolutions that illustrates the main points that you want to make about the greater impact of revolution on Western society.
Step 3: Draw conclusions, and prepare your thesis.
Once you have done your research and have gathered enough information about your chosen example events, you should sit back to think about what they meant in a cultural view to see if you notice any trends and to have a better sense of what you want to convey about the time. Your thesis statement should offer your reader overall insight into the experiences you have chosen. Use the following guidelines to help decide on your thesis:
Step 4: Write your essay.
Your essay should be at least two pages in length. You are required to use at least one source from the CSU Online Library for your response. Be sure to consider the following guidelines in your essay: