Activity and WDIL

This assignment contains two parts. Part A and part B. I need part A be done on Thursday at 8pm and Part B be done at 8pm.
All the sources/ materials in both parts should use the files that I have uploaded. Please do not use other outside sources/materials.
The rubrics are in the files that I uploaded. Please check and view.
The second file is for Part A rubric. First file is for Part B rubric.
Part A
The rules for Activities are
• Think carefully about the question and be ready to fully explain and justify your thoughts on the question.
• Activities should be no less than 250 words in length.
• Activities should include one quote from the readings. All quoted material must be cited in APA formatting, using parenthetical citations.
The activity asks you to think about the roles women took on in the Civil War.
Questions to think about:
• What roles did women take on by choice? • What roles were women forced by circumstances to take on?
• What roles allowed women to expand their spheres? Which ones kept them in their spheres?
• How did women perceive their war work? How did society perceive their war work?
• What do you think is one of the greatest impact of women’s war work?
Activity 7 Prompt-
Answer the following:
• How did women’s war work remain part of the gender divide between women and men?
• How did the women respond within the CoD/CoTW?
• How did women challenge the CoD/CoTW?
Part B:
The rules for WDIL are
• Think about the various ideas and topics covered during the week.
• Write at least 350 words, analyzing something that was new for you in this week’s content, or something you found particularly interesting/compelling.
• If you are not sure what to write about, go back to the lectures or readings for ideas. There are many analytical questions sprinkled throughout the weekly material.
• WDIL should include a clear reference to at least one clear textual example. All quoted material must be cited in APA formatting, using parenthetical citations.
• Before you submit, please review the rubric. To earn full credit, your submission must actively analyze and reflect on course material -simply stating what you learned without any analysis will not earn full points.


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