His-group project

Reading the excerpt from Ibn Battuta about the African kingdom of Mali (along with the background notes and the study questions) and answer the following question:

Citing specific evidence from Ibn Battuta (not from the textbook), what were some of the main features of Mali political practice and ceremony?

For this assignment, you will work as a group of 3, 4 or 5 students, depending on the size of the class. You will use a group Blackboard discussion and any other communication tools that you find useful to complete your assignment. You do not have much time; so get started asap so that you can meet all of the specific deadlines described below. First, take a few minutes and watch the short video on this assignment.

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  • a three-page paper (no longer than that), complete with footnotes (100 points). You will not need images, but you will need citations of quoted evidence. You do not need a works cited page. You should use as many sources as you can in the paper, which should:
    • be double-spaced with one-inch margins, font size 10 or 12
    • contain an introduction paragraph that directly responds to the assigned question and that indicates the specific points to follow in the group’s paper
    • use direct, quoted material to support your points (footnote the sources)
    • contain a last, conclusion paragraph
    • consider sending a draft of your assignment to your instructor for feedback before submitting the final assignment
    • Remember, you are writing this paper as if you were going to publish it online or in a journal, so you will want to do the best possible work here.


Here is the links ;


excerpt from Ibn Battuta: http://legacy.fordham.edu/halsall/source/1354-ibnbattuta.asp


 background notes: http://www.ctevans.net/Nvcc/HIS111/Notes/Battuta.html



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