Word limit is 2000. write in a APA format with citations and references.
Word limit is 2000. write in a APA format with citations and references.
STAGE 1 : Choose any two athletes from the given list For example: “The athletes that I will ask and answer questions about are…an Ancient Egyptian Dancer and an Ancient Greek Local Wrestler”. List of Athletes Ancient Egyptian Dancer Ancient Greek Local Wrestler Ancient Greek Olympic Pankration Champion Ancient Greek Female Equestrian of the Greek Heraean Games Ancient Roman Boxer Ancient Roman Gladiator Ancient Roman Charioteer Driver Japanese Sumo Wrestler Medieval Japanese Jujutsu Champion Ancient Minoan Bull Leaper Ancient Chinese Shaolin Monk Swimmer at the 1980s Olympics American Baseball Star of 1960s Formula 1 Driver of 1990s Female Gymnast of the 1990s Olympics Canadian Hockey Star of 1960s American Basketball Star of 1970s British Football Star of the 1960s Female Badminton player of the 1980s X Games –Bungee Jumping Champion 1990s Do not write the athlete’s name. DO NOT pick a specific athlete, focus on athletes in general that you have chosen from the list Stage 2 Create 5 questions for EACH of the athletes that you chose. You do not need to answer the questions in this stage. This means you will be creating a total of 10 questions – 5 for each athlete. These must be good quality questions, that get into the details and intricacies of the particular athlete’s life. Including things such as family background, diet, training, lifestyle, social issues, wages, goals, accomplishments, etc. The main task here is coming up with solid questions that can really stimulate a good answer. Questions would have to be formulated to reflect the history of sport and its broader historical methodology. For example, the five questions may revolve around the following: the sport itself, the role of the athlete in their society, the place of the sport in history, any problems the athlete or sport may have at that time, the benefits of engaging in such sports.  DO NOT pick a specific athlete (ie. Lebron James), but ask your question for a general athlete of that sport. Questions should be asked as if you are in the year 2021 and they are in their Stage 4 particular year Stage 3 : From the two sets of athlete questions you created in stage 2, pick one of them and answer the 5 questions that you made for that particular athlete. You get to decide which of your two athletes you want to answer the questions for. Do not pick a specific athlete. Answer your questions IN GENERAL for a general athlete in your area. For example – if you pick the British football star of 1960s, talk about British football stars in general. Use multiple sources to corroborate your answers. Each of your 5 answers (answer 1, answer 2, answer 3, answer 4, and answer 5) must be at least one paragraph long and include PARAPHRASING, CITATIONS AND REFERENCES. (Visit the Purdue Owl website if you are unsure of how to paraphrase, cite, or reference) Stage 4 Then add your rationale, which is stage 4: FOR THE ATHLETE THAT YOU PICKED IN STAGE 3, provide an explanation of the questions they were asked, and the answers they gave.  You must answer each of the following: Why was that question asked? What did you hope to find by asking that question? Why is that question relevant to that type of athlete? Why was that answer given? What does that answer mean in that historical context? Stage 4 document should have the athletes you picked (stage 1); your questions (stage 2); your answers (stage 3); and your rationale (stage 4) all in one document, totalling a MINIMUM of 1800 words.​ i.e. Stage 1 = Athlete selections; eg. Gladiator and Tennis player i.e. Stage 2 = Questions; eg. 5 Gladiator questions and 5 Tennis questions i.e. Stage 3 = Answers; eg. 5 Gladiator answers Then start stage 4 in the same document that you have copied your stages 1, 2, and 3. Stage 4 involves providing a rationale/explanation for your questions and answers. Answer the 5 bulletpoints below for EACH of your 5 questions and 5 answers for the athlete that you answered in stage 3. Stage 4 = Rationale for Gladiator Question 1/Gladiator Answer 1 ​- (from stage 3) Why was that question asked?  (provide your answer in a paragraph)​ What did you hope to find by asking that question? (provide your answer in a paragraph)​ Why is that question relevant to that type of athlete? (provide your answer in a paragraph)​ Why was that answer given? (provide your answer in a paragraph)​ What does that answer mean in that historical context? (provide your answer in a paragraph) Rationale for Gladiator Question 2/Gladiator Answer 2 – same as above​ Rationale for Gladiator Question 3/Gladiator Answer 3 – same as above ​ Rationale for Gladiator Question 4/Gladiator Answer 4 – same as above ​ Rationale for Gladiator Question 5/Gladiator Answer 5 – same as above a




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