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Discuss how/why a country’s education system should or should not instill patriotism and national pride while also teaching “difficult” history. Due Tuesday, Essay Plan Read the assignment for Essay #1 and choose which question you are going to answer. Open the folder Writing Instructional Documents and study the first 3 documents: A Firm Foundation: Your Thesis The Writer’s Safety Net: Planning an Essay Getting Started 3. Post your essay plan to the DB forum Essay #1. Your plan is required to follow the format in the document The Writer’s Safety Net: Planning an Essay. This should just be the thesis question, and the question answered, just a few sentences. like 3 or 4 ** Your plan is due by midnight Tuesday. This post counts as Tuesday’s attendance. HERE ARE THE QUESTIONS: Essay Assignment: Choose from one of the questions below, or if you have another idea you would like to explore, ask me. I’m open to suggestions. This is a persuasive essay, which is also called an argument. You will need to think like a lawyer arguing a case. Your thesis must stake a position that you will support/unpack in the body of the essay. Discuss how/why a country’s education system should or should not instill patriotism and national pride while also teaching “difficult” history. Did the teachers in “Learning What Was Never Taught” fail their profession? In the interest of preserving American ideals, values, and democracy, which is more important – individual rights or national security? Use “Kubota” as a case study to support your position. Does a country become stronger or weaker if school curriculums spend more time teaching their country’s embarrassing or “difficult”?? history? What is the goal of teaching a country’s history to its citizens? Is the goal worthwhile? Due Friday Discussion Board Post due by midnight Friday: Study the Writing Instructional Document: Getting the Reader Interested. Use one of the models for writing an opening. Post your opening paragraph. Put your thesis in bold font. this is the actually opening paragrpah, and the first draft of the essay is also due on this day. Writing Folder also due by midnight Friday Post a complete first draft of your essay. ** NOTE:As per the syllabus and essay assignment, all essays are expected to go through at least one revision. The first draft must be posted to your Writing Folder. Revisions are made to the first draft by using the EDIT feature in your Writing Folder. Missing drafts from the Writing Folder earn a full grade penalty on the essay. The actual essay, completely revised no mistakes is due on March 15… Here is additional information for the essay…. Let me know if you have any other questions and let me know the price. Length: 3 pages + Works Cited = 4 pages MLA format: Refer to the syllabus or Course Documents for the least you should know about setting up your essay in MLA format. Your Works Cited page must use the correct “formula” for each entry. Review the mechanics for using quotes well — frame, quote, cite. Text Requirement: Your discussion must be text-based; therefore, use quotes from at least one of the print texts from class — “Learning What Was Never Taught” and/or “Kubota” — to support your essay’s thesis