Write whatever comes to mind.
When you were first being taught how to write, it all seemed so easy. A word here, a sentence there. Maybe even go on to write a paragraph. Follow the format and you'll be fine. But now things are different. Papers have to have voice, have to be long and in depth. How deep is too deep and which voice does the audience want to hear? Well, that all depends on what grade you want to receive; or more specially, the one doing the grading.
What were the advantages and disadvantages the colonist faced during the American Revolution?
The colonist had the odds against them for this war. Little to no one outside of the colonies expected them to defeat the empire that was England. England had the best navy and more funds too support the war. Not to mention they had the better trained military officers and generals. The colonies were not totally united as a military unit. Each state had their own militia and that lead to difficulties in rallying the troops and organizing them, `as well as raising funds. However, the colonies had the home field advantage. They were fighting for something they truly believed in. It was their home, their land and their freedom. That along with the inspiration and leadership of the founding fathers, and support from the French; the colonists were able to shock the world and win the war.
How did Martin Luther's 95 thesis impact the catholic church?
In the beginning the Catholic's believed Luther was little more than a country monk and paid little attention to him. However as Luther's thesis spread, more and more of a problem he became for the church. Martin petitioned for a removal of the selling of indulgences and also shined a light into all the misdeeds the papacy had participated in. His thesis would pave the way for the protestant reformation that would split the Catholic church into pieces and tarnish their reputation.