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when the book is set? – what american history is the book in. – explain the authors argument – the author’s thesis their main point or conclusion what evidence is used.how does he use this evidence. how does the authors evidence support his argument Conclusion – what era of history is coming next It is also about how convincing the author is/are in making their conclusion (thesis) seem true When reviewing works of non-fiction, you should concentrate on the argument presented rather than merely summarizing each of the events, issues, and subjects that they bring up in their writing Locate the author’s thesis—their main point or conclusion Historical sources are they using to tell their story and to make their argument  Evaluate each chapter of the book and think about why the author/filmmakers included the information that they did in each chapter/section. How does each chapter/section form a major portion of the author’s or filmmakers’ overall argument? Ask yourself if the authors succeeded in making their thesis seem true—that is if the author/ filmmakers is/are convincing or not  What kind of portrayal of the past in the author’s study is evident in your interpretation of the non-fiction work that you have read? Is the story one with a happy ending or not? Do the characters attain justice or not? What kind of society is the author essentially describing in their writing and their argument?  Who has agency – that is, who MAKES CHANGE OCCUR in the author’s or filmmakers’ telling of events? How applicable is the author’s’ argument and conclusion (thesis) to present-day issues?
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