Your assignment is to formulate a thesis and conclusion to the topic presented below and write an essay according to the logistical requirements provided. It is essential that you construct a thesis or premise properly and that it is aligned with the details/supportive information that you provide in your essay. For instance, in a previous semester, a student had a great thesis/premise statement/paragraph but then supported their conclusion with evidence that was not related to the issues to the problems raised in the statement/paragraph.
Topic To Ponder: From what you have learned in the class through and including to Chapter 11, Look at the patterns that you have experienced in your reading and identify four symbiotic relationships.
Here is where I require you to think abstractly. Please no quotations… your ideas is what I want to learn about in your assignment.
What is a symbiotic relationship?
Nature is full of symbiotic relationships, such as the honey bee and flower, the clownfish and anemone, and your gut and the prokaryotic intestinal bacteria living inside it.
Symbiosis defines three basic relationship types (with multiple subgroups) occurring between living entities: mutualism, where both species benefit; commensalism, where one organism benefits and the other experiences no harm; and parasitism, in which one entity benefits, sometimes at the cost of the other.
The word symbiosis comes from the Greek sym and bios, which translated means together and life, or life working together. To understand how these relationships evolved, researchers developed a system to classify all life based on the distinct characteristics of individual organisms. [source: https://sciencing.com/symbiotic-relationship-8794702.html (Links to an external site.)}
From the following list of civilization examples, pick four that have symbiotic relationships:
Chapter 2 – Mesopotamia and Anatolia
Chapter 3 – Egypt
Chapter 4 – Greece, Anatolia, Canaan and Mesopotamia, and Egypt including the Hebrew Communities
Chapter 5 – The Dark and Archais Age of the Greece Mediterranean
Chapter 6 – Persia
Chapter 7 – The Greek Classical Age
Chapter 8 – Macedonia
Chapter 9 – The Roman Republic
Chapter 10 – The Roman Empire
Chapter 11 – The Late Roman Empire & Christianity
I have used the term Symbiotic for a reason. These civilizations were living in that they continued to evolve; from one to the other, they built, adopted and adapted from each other, as they continued to re-create civilization.
Your essay will detail the four Symbiotic relationships that you have identified and describe why and how they are Symbiotic. Your ‘why’ must include reasons with evidence from the chapter on what you learned and your essay must align with your thesis and conclusion.
You must clearly identify the Symbiotic relationship – what makes it Symbiotic? – and why is it important?
Consider identifying the reason for ‘why’ you think it is a Symbiotic Relationship by relating it to cause and effect and showing the significance of the events as you describe them on our contemporary time.
A Thesis and Conclusion is required!
Supporting your essay with evidence!
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Typed, 1.5 Spaced, Times New Roman, 12 PT Font, 1 Inch Margins, No Cover Page, Header To Include Only Last, First Name and Mid-Term Assignment After Name, Citations MLA Format If Needed. Text-book Citations Not Needed Unless Quotations Used. Quotations are not preferred because this is an opinion essay but should reference historical events that you learned so far this semester to support your concepts. Do Not Plagiarize; a Plagiarism Checker Will Be Used On All Submissions. Do Not Use Wikipedia or copy (cut & paste) from the internet. Number of pages; no requirement but if you are approaching 3 to 4 pages, I would worry about your organization and construction of your essay instead of length – content and structure are more important. The skills that you have worked on for the discussions completed to date should help you with this assignment. Suggest making an outline and re-writing a number of drafts until it is ready for submission.
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