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DoMyWriting

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Mission "Think of a way that history could have gone differently. Describe the change in the historical record and then explain how the modern world would be different." A very fun game played by many history buffs involves counterfactual histories. They will change one key element of history and try to describe how the shift would have altered the rest of the past and even the future. Popular options to stir the imagination of students include asking what would happen if the Roman Empire never fell, if Anne Boleyn had not been beheaded, or if the United States had never invented the atomic bomb. The prompt will assess the student's understanding of the actual history and his or her ability to examine possible ramifications of historical shifts.
Description The field of social studies is actually quite large. Different grades and courses will cover many aspects of the area. This wide span of topics means that social studies writing prompts will obviously vary. Trying to take the interests of the students into account and the specific material being covered at the time are vitally important to a successful writing assignment.
Writers both adhere to and break conventions. Sometimes writers purposely break grammar rules, and sometimes they do it unknowingly. Either way, it is important for readers to keep this in mind. If you are learning Spanish as a second language, your English grammar is probably stronger than your Spanish grammar. Therefore, you may not pick up on what would technically be considered "errors" in Spanish texts. If you have a doubt about something you read, ask your Spanish instructor or do some research of your own.
Reading the material in Spanish is widely available online and at local libraries. Explore a genre you like, and you may wish you did this sooner. Happy reading!

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