“Prior to the 1930s, unions tended to become weak or disappear during economic downturns. By contrast, during the Great Depression, the American labor movement made enormous gains. Explain what caused those gains.”
I am looking for a well-organizing paper, with a clear thesis, supported by specific facts and evidence from the reading.
The sources should get from the book Who Built America: Working People and the Nation’s History, Volume Two: 1877 to the Present, Third Edition, Bedford/St. Martin’s (2008) (“WBA”) and Robert H. Zieger, Timothy J. Minchin, Gilbert J. Gall, American Workers, American Unions: The 20th and Early 21st Centuries, Fourth Edition, Johns Hopkins University Press (2014) (“AWAU”)
Your paper should have a thesis (argument), set for in an introductory paragraph. The paper should have additional paragraphs, each with a topic sentence, that provides reasons and evidence supporting your thesis. The evidence for your paper should be drawn exclusively from the readings for the course.
The evidence for your paper should be drawn exclusively from the readings for the course. Your paper should also address possible counterarguments to your thesis. If you quote, or take specific facts, from the readings, provide a citation at the end of the sentence. Citation format should be “WBA, p.___” or “AWAU p.___” or “SR #___.” Avoid contractions (e.g., “can’t” “didn’t”) and personal pronouns (e.g., “I” “my”). Make sure to carefully check your paper for spelling, grammar and typographical errors before submitting it.
questions and the answers of these questions should come from this book : citation Brown, H. D. (2007). Teaching by Principles: An interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy. White Plains, NY: Pearson Education. 3rd Edition.
the answer of each questions should be from 1 to 1 1/2 page.
these are the questions
1). Describe each phase of the academic speaking process. Be sure to explain each phase in detail and discuss how you would assess a speech or presentation.
2). List the three main rhetorical elements covered in class so far and discuss how a teacher can include the elements in his/her teaching of academic speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
3). Define critical response and reader response. Design a reading activity in which you could assign both critical and reader response to assess students’ knowledge base. Also, discuss where this activity falls within Bloom’s Taxonomy.
4). Define task-based learning. Then, design a task that encourages transactional language. How would you assess your students’ abilities to complete this task
note: you can use other citation but also i have to use this book too.
Will you be able to answer this questions based on the above instructions