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Students must submit one of these identification terms in paragraph form through the Assignments Tab if Canvas by the deadline specified in the Syllabus and in Assignments. They are each worth thirty points.  Be sure to cite properly, as per the MLA Format every time that any information is directly copied (and quotation marks are needed), paraphrased (writing someone else’s ideas in your own words) or for any facts that are not common knowledge (like “the sky is blue”). Be sure to provide a works cited section with a bibliographic citation of each source used; be sure to include the Date Accessed is the date that YOU previewed a particular website or watched a Youtube video because website/video content can change. As per the syllabus, students must use a minimum of two sources, that are to be cited in the body of the paragraph as well as the works cited section for that identification term to be counted for a grade. For more information, please consult the “Weekly Assignments” section of the syllabus.
Please note that the textbook is an acceptable source for all of the identification terms:
David Shi, America: A Narrative History, Volume 1, Eleventh Edition. New York:  W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2019.
Identification Terms For Chapter 3:
1) Salem Witch Trials
Be sure to provide information about when and where these trials took place, the cause and major events involved, as well as the consequences. What types of people were accused of witchcraft…Why?
History.com Editors, “Salem Witch Trials.” History, A&E Television Networks May 12, 2020. 
https://www.history.com/topics/colonial-america/salem-witch-trials Date Accessed:
Education Department, “The 1692 Salem Witch Trials.” Salem Witch Museum 2020. https://salemwitchmuseum.com/history-education/
Date Accessed:
Reading Through History, “History Brief: The Salem Witch Trials.” September 16, 2019. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUeoEUNgCzA Date Accessed:
Commnents from professor .I cannot accept this assignment as-is. Much of the information that you cited from from Jess Blumberg’s article is actually from History.com Editors. You need to cite the correct source. There is also information that you cited from Jess Blumberg’s article that is neither in that article nor on the website written by History.com Editors. You did not give that original author credit for their work, so you plagiarized their information and/or ideas.   You can revise this article to ensure that all of the in-text citations cite the correct author so you will not be guilty of plagiarism. You can add additional sources to your Works Cited section if you wish. Please note that all of your in-text citations must match one of the articles in your Works Cited section. You have a deadline of 11:59 PM EST on September 15 to make those changes, and I will deduct three points (10% of your grade) for each additional day until you correctly make those changes. Your next submission of this assignment will be the final submission. Please note that your assignment will still be marked two days late (-6).  Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about this.
Gregory Miller , Sep 13 at 8:43pm
Please note that two examples of information that you took from the article on Jess Blumberg are the information about how to determine if someone is a witch (third paragraph) and your information about Ann’s repentance before your conclusion. You can examine the rest of the information to determine from which source it came to cite accordingly.
Gregory Miller , Sep 14 at 9:55am

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