Kindly answer the following:
1. Chapter 4: numbers 1 -4 (Quiz)
2. Chapter 7: numbers 1-4 (Assignment- Set 1)
3. Chapter 8: numbers 1 - 4 (Assignment - Set 2)
Place your answers on bond paper short, hand written. Try, as much as possible to condense your answers. Do not lift statement directly from your text book or other materials. Enclose your papers in an envelope. Per student, per answers, per envelope.
Note: Write at the upper left of your envelope (back of your envelope) your name, course, subject and date of submission.
Date of submission:
October 3, 2008
You are given two options for your final project. Either you make a book review and submit the material you've made the review about or donate history books which will be placed at the department of history's holdings. The said materials will be used by students of PUP.
Note: As to what kind of book you'd have to make a review about / donate, you could either visit the National Historical Institute and check their Rizal book catalog and let me KNOW first before you purchase the book you've chosen to make the review / donate. One book per group.
The maximum number of members per group is 5.
Date of Submission:
October 9, 2008
Here are the questions for the book review:
I. Introduction (of what the book is all about. Give a bird's eve view of what the book is all about)
II. Author and his/her thesis:
- Who is this author? Is he or she considered an expert in this topic?
- Does the author's background, time, or place affect the conclusions reached? Do you find an obvious bias?
- What is the author's point of view or frame of reference
- What is the author's major hypothesis; what's the purpose for writing this book? What are the most important pieces of evidence to support it?
- What is the quality of the evidence -- convincing? adequate? are the sources recognized by others in the field?
- Are there other works on the same or a similar topic?
- Does any of the author's information (or conclusion) conflict with other books you've read, courses you've taken or just previous assumptions you had of the subject?
- How might you resolve any conflict?
- Were any previous ideas you had on this subject changed or abandoned due to this book? were they reinforced?
- Would you recommend this book or article to others? Why?