this paper must be written about roman times of the gladiator, the movie is to be watched Gladiator 2000 and then a paper written about the differences in the movie from what really happened. if you follow the instructions it should turn out just fine.
Hollywood vs. History Papers
During the course of the semester, students will complete one Hollywood vs. History essay for a Section Writing Assignment. If the student decides to complete this assignment for Section one, please select a movie from the attached list. After viewing the movie and researching the historical accuracy, the student will write an 800-1000 words paper. I have listed below some of the things the student MUST consider as he/she writes the paper.
*Each paper should use 12 font and the text should
*Each paper should be 800-1000 words in length. Only the body of the paper counts in the word count- not the personal information, title, or citations. Do not have less than 800 words; 799 is less than 800 and will incur a points deduction (see Rubric). Do not go over by more than 50 words or there is a deduction (see Rubric).
*Each paper should be turned in on Bb under Assignments.
*Students must use Word or a program that I can open in Word.
*The paper must be turned in by 11:59pm on the due date. No late papers will be accepted for any reason. 12:00 am is late and the paper will receive a grade of 0. Start early!!!
*Each paper should have at three academic sources.
*Wikipedia and moviemistakes.com will not count as a source!!!!
*Quotes within the paper: Sometimes it is necessary to use direct quotes; however, this is a short paper. There should be no more than 5 lines of direct quotes in your paper total!!!
This is not an English class, so the emphasis is on content. However, a college paper should have correct grammar and spelling as well as proper citation. Proofreading is not a choice; it is mandatory. See rubric for points deduction for writing mistakes.
Plagiarism will not be tolerated The student must use some system of citation in the paper. I have no preference as to what style students use (MLA, APA, Chicago Manual). Please use the style that you are comfortable with for this paper. There are books in the library and bookstore, as well as websites that can help the student to do this correctly. If a part of the paper is quoted directly it should be in quotation marks and the source cited. If a portion of the paper is paraphrased, this should also be cited. Every paper should have intext citations. Every paper should also have a works cited page. Sources might include websites, movie reviews, books, and TV programs. Each student is expected to do his or her own work for this class. Students may not write papers together. Evidence that this has occurred will result in the college Academic Dishonesty Policy being pursued. Plagiarism will result in an F for the class. For more information on plagiarism and its consequences please see the catalog. I do use Turn-it-in to help with combating plagiarism. Refer back to the tutorial from Southern Mississippi for information on plagiarism.
The content of the paper is the most important portion of the paper. The student needs to select three inaccurate aspects of the movie that he/she can analyze as to its historical accuracy. Who were the main characters? Were they real, historical figures, or were they fictional? The major events of the movie- were these events actual or were they fictional, or somewhere in between truth and fiction? Do not try to review the entire movie; assume the reader has seen the movie. The student only has 800-1000 words in which to write a historical analysis. The paper should not list all of the things correct with the movie. The paper is about historical inaccuracy!! The student should find three things WRONG with the movie. Do not wait until the last minute to view the movie. If the student cannot find things wrong with the movie, the student will need to find another movie. Do not contrast movie with a book if there is a book from which the movie was made from. Listed below is a suggested outline.
I. Introduction- This paragraph should contain a brief synopsis of the movie and the points that the student feels are historically inaccurate.
II. Paragraph 2- This paragraph should contain the first point. For example, if the movie Pocahantas were used, this paragraph might discuss the appearances and ages of Pocahantas and John Smith. This paragraph would analyze how the movie portrayed the two and what history states about the two.
III. Paragraph 3- This paragraph should contain the second point. Continuing with the movie Pocahantas, this point might look at the relationship between Pocahantas and John Smith. Again, examine how the movie portrays this and then examine the historical sources to see the truth.
IV.Paragraph 4- This paragraph should contain the third point. For the movie Pocahantas, a third point might discuss the leadership of the colonists. The paper would discuss what the movie says about this point and then examine that for historical accuracy.
V.Paragraph 5- This will be the conclusion of the paper. It should reiterate the points of the paper and provide a summation of the historical accuracy of the film.
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