Document the key diversity concerns for that country and its inhabitants and any cultural shock they would have experienced upon their arrival.
Read new Final Project-Based instructions below. Begin to gather information from the Tenement Museum website now, read about the family whose apartment we will tour. Pick an Eastern European Country whose people immigrated to the United States around the late 1800s -early 1900s and research why this occurred. Discuss that country’s situation at that time, how the population lived, the reason that prompted the migration, what they hoped to accomplish, their experiences upon arrival, how they lived, worked, etc. Document the key diversity concerns for that country and its inhabitants and any cultural shock they would have experienced upon their arrival to the U.S. if any. Conclude with any insights obtained from our visit to the museum on December 8, 2020. Attach the final project in a Word or PDF document. The entire paper must conform to APA 7th edition requirements (Cover page, NO abstract, main body with an introduction, headings, and proper use of paragraphs, conclusion, references page). Do not forget to cite the authors and the information sources within the paper appropriately, as well as on the References page. You must use an academic journal one of the resources. Do not use sources such as wikis or magazines, they are not reliable sources.
Summary – You should submit Submit your paper as a Word or PDF document, formatted in APA style. This document should contain no less than four pages of well-written paragraphs, excluding the title page and references page. You must cite your sources where applicable in the body of your paper. APA style.
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APA is always double space, no more no less.
The title page must also have a page number. The center of the title page should at least contain the title of the assignment, your name, and your college name. Adding whatever else is required by APA 7th edition is good, but I will not subtract points – content and correct sourcing is most important to me.
Don’t forget the References page. If you list a reference, it must also appear as an in-text citation and vice versa. Never use Works Cited or Bibliography on the References page. Use the word References (plural and bold).
Refrain from using the following phrases when writing an academic paper: “I believe” “In my opinion” “I think” “I”. The reason you use references is so you can write about what has been researched, this information has validity. Write in the third person.
Use headings to take the reader from one point to another. Remember the reader has no idea what this paper is about.