Final EssayThe final essay reflects your thoughtful engagement with archaeological research. This essay will be based on the structure of your Final Essay Outline although the site/components may be different. The final essay will integrate a minimum of 5 a maximum of 10 articles related to the identification, interpretation, understanding, or analysis of a particular archaeological site of your choosing. This essay will be a minimum of 5 pages and not exceed 8 pages reflect your understanding of how archaeologists identify, research, analyze human culture.
Final Essay Guidelines Format: The essay must be submitted via the course Canvas website. The essay must be between 5 double spaced and 8 pages doubled spaced (NO MORE THAN 8 pages) and reflect college level writing and best practices. The essay must be double spaced and have page numbers.
Final Essay Content This Final essay must include an introduction to your site, an overview of why you chose the site, and a general background of archaeological research on the site. Your essay will then include a discussion of at least at least 5 but no more than 10 properly cited academic archaeological resources that explain, expand, connect to your site or that offer overviews, historic background, or analyze your site in an anthropological context. You must discuss the particular theories or methods used by the authors and what they contribute to understanding human culture. The essay will also include which authors you think we correct or incorrect as well as what else we may want to learn through future research. The essay will also have a conclusion highlighting two main points of your essay and a work cited page.
Final Essay EvaluationThis essay will be evaluated for your engagement with a relevant archaeological research within the context of a particular site. As a final essay, you will demonstrate your understanding of an archaeology project and how it contributes to our understanding of human culture. An exceptional attempt (18-20 points) will be properly formatted, be at least 5 pages but NOT EXCEED 8 pages (excluding Work Cited); and present a site, relevant archaeological research, and a thoughtful analysis of how this site contributes to our understanding on potential future research. A satisfactory attempt (14-17 points) will have met some of the formatting guidelines, partially defined the sites, methods, and theories and little to now analysis. An unsatisfactory attempt (10-14 points) does not follow the formatting guidelines, has minimal discussion of the articles, less than 5 articles, and/or is an incoherent essay that does not meet college level writing. A failure (0 points) will result in not attempting any of the above guidelines, plagiarism, or no submission at all.
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