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posted Dec 6, 2012, 9:22 AM by Ellen Snaith   [ updated Jan 7, 2013, 7:46 AM ]

And the winner is…

 

It is 1596 and the editor of Il Mondo, an Italian newspaper, has decided to run a feature comparing the influence of three city-states.  The editor has chosen to focus on Florence, Venice, and Genoa and told you to write an article that explains which city-state is the most powerful and use the experiences of all the city-states to support your assertion.

 

At first you struggle with how to approach this newspaper article, but then you create a plan that will make this task much simpler.  Your plan has the following steps:

 

  • Determine the criteria of what makes a city-state powerful

 

  • Compare the experiences of the three city-states based on the criteria you selected

 

  • Evaluate the effects of the experiences of the city-states

 

  • Draw a conclusion about which city-state was the most powerful

 

To make your newspaper article stronger, remember to include information about the experiences of all three city-states and explain why the city you chose is the most powerful. 

 Assigned:  December 6, 2012   Check In:  December 13, 2012  Due:  January 17, 2013

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Ellen Snaith,
Dec 6, 2012, 9:22 AM
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Dec 6, 2012, 11:56 AM
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