Part of your college experience is the ability to critically read and comprehend diverse ideologies and theories,
to take detailed notes from class lectures, and compile historical information to express your knowledge in a
given subject. To meet this requirement, 1,200 words must be written on a homework assignment.
This assignment will consist of one, multi-part question. Chicago Manual of Style rules of formal academic
writing must be used on the homework assignment including a coversheet, an introduction statement in the first
paragraph, standard rules of grammar and paragraph formation, and a word count of no less than 1,150 words
(1,149 words or less will equate into an “F” for the assignment). Your total word count must be noted at the end
of your paper. Endnotes and/or a bibliography page for research used from outside sources (non-classroom
material) must be included. No more than 10% of the papers can be direct quotes (no copying and pasting of
information allowed). The homework assignment must be typed (d0uble spaced) and will be worth 100 points
(25% of your final grade). DO NOT COPY AND PASTE ANY INFORMATION – plagiarism will result in a failing
grade: (see the NWFSC e-catalog for additional details). The use of Wikipedia is against college academic
policies and its use on this homework writing assignment will result in a failing grade.
Course-Level Student Learning Outcomes
Social Science – History Department – Academic Program Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) directives to be
assessed in writing assignments to meet the State of Florida mandated Gordon Rule (FAC Rule 6S-10.030). 1.
Does the student recognize the scientific method and research concepts used in the social sciences? 2. Does
the student identify ways to promote understanding of differences and commonalities within diverse cultures
from a global perspective? 3. Does the student use appropriate social, historical, or psychological methods to
analyze contemporary issues? 4. Does the student describe the effective synthesis of selected ideas, themes,
and concepts present in history?
Answer the question with as much organized detail as possible, write clear/clean informative sentences, and
proofread and edit your final draft. You will lose points for sentence fragments and to write your paper in a
professional manner avoid using catch-all words such as get/got, that, thing/s, stuff, very and was. Be
expressive and write tight (well structured) sentences.
Explain how President Woodrow Wilson billed the First World War as the “war to end all wars.” What was his
political motivation and was he sincerely looking out for the best interest of the nation? Identify and explain
three major complications (they can be domestic or international) that developed from his mishandling of the
1919 Treaty of Versailles that led the nation into 25 years of political, social and economic turbulence. Are we
still being affected by Wilson’s decisions today?
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