Review the Module Five Short Response Guidelines and Rubric PDF document and submit your Module Five Short Responses.
4 Short Responses
Question 2 Consider how your audience might influence the information you include in an historical analysis essay about the Women’s Suffrage Movement. What audience would be most interested in reading about the women’s movement? How would you tailor your presentation to that audience? What message would be most appropriate for this audience?
I believe my argument would be most appealing to a female audience. Women’s suffrage is not supported by the majority of Americans, according to my perspective. It is because of this that I must use credible data to support my statements. American women’s ability to have a voice in American society is the topic of discussion for this group.
Question 3 Let’s say the intended audience for your historical analysis essay about the legal battle for women’s suffrage is a group of civil rights lawyers. How would you explain the legal background of the Constitution and the Nineteenth Amendment? How would this approach compare and contrast to an audience of high school students?
As a civil rights attorney, I believe that perfection is almost mandatory. When speaking with students, you can use a curve to your advantage. The vast majority of students are disinterested in the topic at hand. Civil rights lawyers, on the other hand, will be more knowledgeable. They may also be more knowledgeable about the subject than you are. Given this, I’d need to present compelling arguments backed up by substantial evidence.
Question 4 Was President Kennedy’s decision to support the Equal Rights Amendment a necessary cause for the amendment’s passage by Congress?
Yes, that’s right. Having the backing of America’s most powerful man can only be a good thing. They may not have required the President’s assistance, but having it is an advantage. The president’s support for this issue brought it even more into the public eye.
Question 5 Was the social tumult of the 1960s a necessary cause of the women’s liberation movement?
The 1960s social unrest was critical for the feminist movement because it highlighted a rising yearning for equal rights among feminist organizations and women themselves. To be able to fully understand the necessity of a social movement, it is important to know how and why the revolution began. It is important to know the history of this time period so that you can see how far things have come. Without the social turmoil which affected everyone, women may not have been able to gain any more rights because there wouldn’t have been an increase in publicity for them or a demand for their rights.
Module Four: Communicating Historical Ideas, continued, learning block 4-4 (page 2)
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