Hello; I have already complete this assignment but need not to plagarized myself

I have already complete this assignment but need not to plagarized myself so I am having it revised so the words are abit different and the additionals are added.
Could you please complete this and submit with a turnitin report?
Thank you
It is important to be able to effectively
incorporate your sources through direct quotation. For this activity, you will
use Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address to practice writing an essay while effectively
incorporating quotations to help support your discussion.
For this activity, watch the following
video in preparation for your assignment:
Schnall, P. (Director). (2014) https://video-alexanderstreet-com.csuglobal.idm.oclc.org/watch/lincoln-gettysburg.
Broadcasting Service. https://video-alexanderstreetcom.csuglobal.idm.oclc.org/watch/lincoln-gettysburg
This video presents historical context
for Lincoln at Gettysburg. Scholars will read the address and provide
analysis. Pay close attention to the analysis as it will help you to
formulate your critical thinking assignment this week.
After watching the video, you will write
an essay and address the following points:
is a “proposition” in the sense that Lincoln uses it?
does it mean to “consecrate” a place?
is “hallowed” ground?
Gettysburg Address is short but very famous. He was the President, he could
have spoken longer, and most speakers that day in fact spoke much longer
speeches. He wasn’t pressed for time. He had time to prepare. A long speech was
expected of him. Why do you think Lincoln kept it so short? (Hint:
Where was he speaking and why? How did his “rhetorical situation”
influence him?)
you see any correlations from Douglass’ work to this work? If so, how do
you see this occurring in the text? Be sure to quote from Douglass if you
see a correlation.
You must accurately insert a quote in
your analysis to provide in-text evidence from the address, and you must
comment on the quote to demonstrate you are thinking in a critical manner.
Your paper should be 2-3 pages in length,
not counting the title and reference pages, and conform to APA guidelines.

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