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Discussion: genghis khan and alexander the great

Discussion: Genghis Khan and Alexander the Great
Compare and contrast the leadership and impact of Genghis Khan (also called Chinggis Khan) and Alexander the Great.
After considering the impact that each had throughout history, who in your opinion (with support) was the most impactful leader? Why?

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Discussion: genghis khan and alexander the great

Discussion: Genghis Khan and Alexander the Great
Compare and contrast the leadership and impact of Genghis Khan (also called Chinggis Khan) and Alexander the Great.
After considering the impact that each had throughout history, who in your opinion (with support) was the most impactful leader? Why?

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Other / western civilization

– must include thesis (argument/ main idea) in introduction, creative title

Essay Format
– 3- 4 pages in length / 12- point font/ Times New Roman/ double-spaced/ 1-inch margins
– Must include thesis (argument/ main idea) in introduction, creative title
– Argument must be well supported by examples and evidence such as
o Primary source documents (from document activities available on class website, the textbook includes some primary accounts/ excerpts as well)
o Textbook
o Lecture
– Cite your sources using MLA Format
o (easybib.com can create your citations for you)
o when citing lecture, you can do so in parentheses
 Ex. (Lecture)
– Essay must directly address the prompt
– Follow rules of conventional English
– Limit to two quotes per page/ make sure to introduce source/ author/ context
– ***MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS***
Key Themes/ Concepts
– Religion
– Social Status (slave, free, servant, economic, citizenship, etc.)
– War
– Competition
– Political Organization (Empire/ caliphate)
– Trade
– Gender
– Society and culture

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Other / western civilization

Directions: Respond to each question in 5-8 sentences- a FULL paragraph includi

Directions: Respond to each question in 5-8 sentences- a FULL paragraph including a topic sentence stating your main idea (Incorporate primary sources as evidence)