How did the Protestant Reformation/Catholic Reformation affect the lives of women?

In two or more paragraphs, answer the following question. Your response must be single-spaced, in 10pt. Times Roman font. Answer the question thoroughly.

How did the Protestant Reformation/Catholic Reformation affect the lives of women?


Do not use the phrase “a lot”. Ever.

Paragraphs, paragraphs, paragraphs. Each paragraph should have a thesis sentence; that is, it should have an opinion. Paragraphs, like sentences, should be short. If your paragraph takes up the entire page, it is too long.

Do not confuse “of” and “have”: for example “must of had” is wrong; “must have had” is correct.

Never, ever, ever start a sentence with a conjunction. A conjunction is a word that joins two sentences or phrases. The three conjunctions are “and”, “but”, and “or”. If you can say “this and that”, “this or that”, “this cat but that dog”, you CANNOT start a sentence with the conjunction.

Speaking of “this” and “that”, if your pronouns outnumber your concrete nouns, you are in trouble. Limit your pronoun usage.

Never use contractions in an essay. Always write out numbers (thirteen, not 13), except for dates.

 In an essay, you want to be as specific as possible, and always define your terms. In other words, assume the reader is an idiot.

Do NOT parrot my lectures. Each paragraph should have at least one original thought /idea/analysis supported by facts.

Watch your word choices, read your paper in your head to see if it “flows” and to catch grammatical mistakes and in history essays write in the past tense.

Articles that are used with nouns are “a”, “an”, and “the”. Not all nouns are modified by articles. A good rule to follow is nouns that can be counted are modified by articles (one student, two students, three students, ahh ahh ahh….so “a student” or “the student”). Uncountable nouns generally do not take articles: for example, we don’t say three homeworks, therefore we don’t write “a homework”.

  1. Write an introduction AND a conclusion. Always.
  2. Do NOT use sources such as Wikipedia,,,,, etc. They are almost always wrong.
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