America: A Narrative History (Multiple Choice Questions Sample)
Step 1: America: A Narrative History
Step 2: click “documents”
Step3: click were it says “download: Media Worksheet” ( the blue letters)...those are the questions that must be answered questions 2-5 not 1.
Step 4: go back on the the website click on “Online Reader” top of the website, select Chaper 12 , then click on “4. Declaration of sentiments and resolutions... and that’s the reading that’s well help find the answers for the questions.
1. What type of document is this? (Ex. Newspaper, telegram, map, letter, memorandum, congressional record)
It is a memorandum because the document consists of some legal details.
2. For what audience was the document written?
This document was mainly written for women who were said to be responsible for serving their husbands and pleasing them at any cost. It was submitted to the candid world.
3. What do you find interesting or important about this document?
The document has details about the history of mankind and sheds light on the ways men used to dominate their women, and that’s the most interesting
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