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  1. Student’s work demonstrates critical use and proper citation of both primary and secondary sources.
  2. Student’s work employs the formal styles of writing, argumentation, and presentation that historians use.
  3. Student’s work demonstrates a basic mastery of research techniques that historians use.
  4. Oral presentations are clear and comprehensive.
  5. Student’s work reflects an understanding of historiographic traditions.
  6. Student’s work reflects an understanding of the intellectual, political, economic, social, and cultural history of the United States, Europe, Classical Civilization, the Near East, or one “Non-Western” area.
  7. Student’s work reflects an understanding of the roles of race, class, gender, or ethnicity in history.