Project #24685 - Can the reformation of Geneva that took place under John Calvin’s leadership be characterised as a French take-over?

Guidance notes

In this TMA, you are asked to write a short essay on a specific question, in which you will need to use secondary sources, specifically the module material and the set book. You will find it useful to read the section on writing history essays[Tip: hold ⌘ and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)]  in the A200 Assessment Guide before you start writing your answer.

As this is the first essay you are asked to write on this module, you should also submit your essay plan, which should be no more than one page. The plan needs to set out clearly the strategy that you intend to employ in your essay and show the line of argument you will develop in answering the question. Writing a plan first will help you ensure that your essay is clearly structured and focused. It should indicate how you propose to construct your essay in paragraphs, each dealing with an aspect or phase of your argument. Your plan may take the form of a linear development (a list) or a mind-map, but it must clearly show the proposed form and development of your essay. You should indicate with a key sentence what each paragraph will cover. This plan is not part of the 1200 word allowance for the essay. Your tutor will comment on your plan as well as on the essay in order to give you as much help as possible with constructing an argument. Although no mark will be awarded for the plan, your tutor will take into account how closely your essay matches the plan in assessing the TMA.

To answer the question you will need to read the first half of Unit 7 in Book 2 and the following sections of the set book by Wallace, The Long European Reformation: in Chapter 3, the section on ‘Early Reform Movements in France and Geneva’; and in Chapter 5, the section on ‘Calvinisms’. Try to identify what view the unit takes and how this compares with the set book. Above all, you must think about the meaning of the terms used in the question and how the information and arguments conveyed by the secondary sources relate to it. You may also find some of the primary sources in the Anthology useful for your argument.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 03/10/2014 12:00 am
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