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History class discussion.

History class discussion..

I’m trying to learn for my Writing class and I’m stuck. Can you help?

Easy assignment, you help me to write answers of these 2 video following the requirements. I will do the response part myself don’t worry

———————————————————————————————————————————————————————Watch Yale historian Joanne Freeman’s lecture on the British America. Answer any one of the questions below in 5-7 sentences in your initial post. Respond to a classmate’s post in a respectful and engaging discussion with substance, not simply praise or agreement. The purpose of small group discussion of common readings and historical audio/video links is to deepen our understanding of the past and foster dialogue. Read, watch, think, and talk!

https://oyc.yale.edu/history/hist-116/lecture-2

1. What did it mean to be a British subject, politically?

2. How “British” was America before the Revolution?

3. Rank and class hierarchy were intrinsic to British life; how did American colonists sustain but also break the class system?

4. What role did the official Anglican religion and religious dissent by non-Anglicans (Calvinists, Catholics, Dutch Reformed, Baptists, Quakers, etc) play in pre-Revolutionary British America?

5. What is “salutary neglect” and why is it a powerful explanation for the growing independence of the colonists?

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Watch Duke historian Juliana Barr’s lecture on the Spanish in America. Answer any one of the questions below in 5-7 sentences in your initial post. Respond to a classmate’s post in a respectful and engaging discussion with substance, not simply praise or agreement. The purpose of small group discussion of common readings and historical audio/video links is to deepen our understanding of the past and foster dialogue. Read, watch, think, and talk!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhlsBk9eUZU

1) What was indigenous life in North America like before Europeans and Africans arrived?

2) Evaluate Spanish conduct in the Caribbean, Mexico, Florida, and the Gulf Coast.

3) What impact did religion and missionary work have on indigenous people?

4) Why is traditional United States history rooted in the English colonization of the 17th century instead of the Spanish colonization of the 16th century?

5) What changes when we take indigenous and Spanish history in North America seriously as the foundation of what becomes the United States, Mexico, etc?

History class discussion.