Analyze the cultural and political changes and continuities in the Roman Empire from 27 BCE to 600 CE. Be sure to include specific examples that support your thesis and conclusion.

Everything you will need for this essay will be down below. I will provide same given instructions that was given to me by my professor. PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY! Read: Essay Prompt: Analyze the cultural and political changes and continuities in the Roman Empire from 27 BCE to 600 CE. Be sure to include specific examples that support your thesis and conclusion. Note on Writing: Writing is an essential part of college learning. Writing requires hard work and focus, and it can be stressful, especially when procrastination happens, but with good organization writing can be a very positive opportunity for intellectual and personal growth. This is your opportunity to go deeper and develop your own ideas in dialogue with a topic in the course, and to support your ideas with evidence and reason. I believe strongly in the importance of evidence and reason as a fundamental part of our social, academic, legal, political, medical, economic, and scientific institutions. I believe that your hard work on this assignment is meaningful and valuable.

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Tips: • Make sure to read and follow the prompt above closely. • Make sure to develop a thesis statement that fully answers the prompt above and which you are able to support with evidence (a thesis which is not too general and not too narrow) – THESIS MUST BE UNDERLINED • Make sure that each paragraph is related to your thesis, includes a topic sentence which indicates the topic of the paragraph, and stays on topic. • Make sure to develop and make clear your own ideas, analysis, and reasoning in your essay to support your thesis. •Makes sure to spend time carefully considering your sources for their meaning and relevance to your thesis. Primary sources need to be analyzed and interpreted in relation to your thesis. The ideas in secondary sources need to be analyzed critically and explained in relation to your thesis. • Make sure to set your topics in the context of historical cause and effect and change and continuity. • Your writing should be at the college level, with minimal grammatical errors. • You should format consistently, using MLA style, 4 – 5 pages plus the bibliography page. • Make sure to embed your source of citation within the texts plus providing work cited page at the end. • Late submission: student will lose 25% of her/his earned grades plus no instructor comments on the paper. Writing Rubric “A” Paper: Answers all aspects of the question Has a well-developed thesis Shows superior analysis, well-reasoned cause/effect, and evaluates historical change effectively The argument is clearly presented with strong and specific evidence Provides a strong, focused and compelling argument Is well written (organized, good structure, flows well, no spelling/grammatical errors) Supports thesis with relevant and well-researched primary and secondary sources which are fully and effectively interpreted and analyzed. “B” Paper: Answers the question Has a clear thesis Shows some analysis, recognizes cause/effect and has historical change The argument is presented with some strong and specific evidence – at times vague Provides a focused argument Generally well written (still shows some organization, some awkward phrases or structure, some spelling/grammatical errors) Supports thesis with relevant primary and secondary sources which are effectively interpreted and analyzed. “C” Paper: Answers most of the question Has a thesis, but unclear Demonstrates a limited sense of cause and effect and historical change The argument is vaguely presented; lack of specific details Provides an argument, but lack of direction or focus Contains the general structure of an essay but lack of organization, contains many awkward phrases, lack of flow, and many spelling/grammatical errors. Includes primary and secondary sources, but which do not relate clearly to thesis and are not fully interpreted and analyzed. Plagiarism is a very serious offense. It is a violation of the student code of conduct, a form of cheating, and even fraud. We do check for plagiarism, which will result in a zero or failing grade for the assignment, and be reported to the Dean of Student Discipline, who may decide to take further disciplinary actions.

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