This essay will contain an introduction, three body paragraphs and a conclusion.
Consider responding to distinct anecdotes, examples, argument(s) being provided by the author.
Pay close attention to the evidence that you find convincing or not convincing. These are the elements that you will likely be analyzing in order to answer the prompt.
Each body paragraph should examine an element or elements (quote or paraphrase) from the article that build(s) to support for the thesis.
Follow this formula for the body paragraphs:
Part One: Write a topic sentences to support the thesis and discuss the paragraph’s topic
Part Two: Identify the evidence (support) in the form of a paraphrase or quotation(s). You should be using MLA style signal phrases and in-text citations.
Part Three: Analyze (without saying “I”) the evidence
Part Four: Transition to the next topic
The essay should include the following:
The essay should include the following: (I will be grading it based on these aspects)
Opening paragraph (introduction) should contain:
A hook that establishes the topic and a general sense of your point of view. Do not surprise us about your topic. Make sure we know what you are discussing from the start.
Announce the author, title and brief description of the argument of the works you will be discussing in the essay. Be clear, concise and artful about how you do this.
The main points/topics of support (essay map) for your overall argument/response should be present in the body of your introduction.
It should end with a thesis that highlights your overall response.
The body paragraphs should contain…
A topic sentence that makes a claim about the topic and is your opinion. It supports the thesis.
Provide evidence (support) in the form of a paraphrase or quotation(s). This will be preceded by a signal phrase and followed by an in-text citation.
Analyze (without saying “I”) the evidence
Transition to the next topic
The conclusion should restate your thesis…
Show how it connects to a bigger picture or a logical conclusion if your thesis is correct.
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