Organization Suggestions - Sewanhaka High School

Organization Suggestions - Sewanhaka High School

ORGANIZATION SUGGESTIONS BUT, YOU CAN ORGANIZE IT ANOTHER WAY, IF YOU LIKE. OUTLINE Intro Body Paragraph 1 Body Paragraph 2 Body Paragraph 3 Conclusion Grabber Main Points thesis

Main Point 1 Main Point 2 Main Point 2 Review main points Restate the thesis Add a clincher THESIS SAMPLE HARLAN ELLISONS I HAVE NO MOUTH AND I MUST SCREAM AND RICHARD CONNELLS THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME DEVELOP, THROUGH THE USE OF DICTION, SYMBOLISM, AND IMAGERY, THE THEME OF REVENGE BEING EMPLOYED BY THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN WRONGED.

OUTLINE: SEE LINK ON 11TH GRADE H.W. PAGE OPTION 1: SUMMARIZE STORIES / IDENTIFY THEME DEVELOPED IN THE STORIES AND EXPLAIN THE THEME STORY 1 ANALYSIS THROUGH ALL 3 LITERARY ELEMENTS USE ESSAYS OF LITERARY CRITICISM OR INFORMATION FROM SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS TO SUPPORT YOUR TOPIC/ASSERTION/THESIS STORY 2 ANALYSIS THROUGH ALL 3 LITERARY ELEMENTS USE ESSAYS OF LITERARY CRITICISM OR

INFORMATION FROM SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS TO SUPPORT YOUR TOPIC/ASSERTION/THESIS OPTION 2: SUMMARIZE BOTH STORIES CONCENTRATE ON LITERARY ELEMENT 1 IN BOTH STORIES / EXPLAIN HOW THE THEME IS DEVELOPED USE ESSAYS OF LITERARY CRITICISM OR INFORMATION FROM SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS TO SUPPORT YOUR TOPIC/ASSERTION/THESIS CONCENTRATE ON LITERARY ELEMENT 2 IN BOTH STORIES / EXPLAIN HOW THE THEME IS DEVELOPED USE ESSAYS OF LITERARY CRITICISM OR INFORMATION FROM SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS TO SUPPORT YOUR

TOPIC/ASSERTION/THESIS CONCENTRATE ON LITERARY ELEMENT 3 IN BOTH STORIES / EXPLAIN HOW THE THEME IS DEVELOPED USE ESSAYS OF LITERARY CRITICISM OR INFORMATION FROM SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS TO SUPPORT YOUR TOPIC/ASSERTION/THESIS IN-TEXT CITATIONS [OR, HOW NOT TO PLAGIARIZE] IF YOU ARE USING INFORMATION THAT DID NOT ORIGINALLY COME FROM YOUR OWN BRAIN, YOU MUST GIVE CREDIT TO THE PERSON WHO ORIGINALLY HAD THE INFO, OR WHO INSPIRED THE THOUGHT. THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS TO DO THIS: DIRECT QUOTATION EMBEDDING PARAPHRASING

All require citing your source. QUOTATION CRIMINALS OBVIOUSLY HAVE ILLEGAL WAYS OF OBTAINING GUNS (CASSIDY 22). LONG DIRECT QUOTATIONS: SINGLE SPACE, 2 MARGINS LEFT/RIGHT SHORTLY AFTER HER HUSBAND LEFT FOR WORK, A WACO TEXAS HOUSEWIFE HEARD THE FRONT DOOR WINDOW BREAK. A STRANGE MAN REACHED IN, UNLOCKED THE DOOR, AND ENTERED THE FRONT ROOM. THE HOUSEWIFE RAN TO THE BEDROOM. SHE LOCKED THE DOOR AND GRABBED A HANDGUN KEPT BENEATH THE MATTRESS. THE INTRUDER KICKED THE DOOR. HE SAW THE GUN AIMED AT HIM. HE LEFT (LEDDY 144). Lets say this info is from a website: Criminals obviously have illegal ways of obtaining guns (Cassidy). Lets say this info is from a website and has no author: Criminals obviously have illegal ways of obtaining guns (Gun Control)

EMBEDDING EMBEDDING IS A COMBINATION OF YOUR OWN WORDING OF THE SENTENCE, AND PART OF SOMEONE ELSES WORDS. DAEMMRICH BELIEVES THAT THE PURPOSE OF THIS AMENDMENT WAS TO SECURE EACH INDIVIDUAL THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS SO THAT HE COULD PROTECT HIS ABSOLUTE INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS (110). Lets say this info is from a website: There is a belief that the purpose of this amendment was to secure each individual the right to keep and bear arms so that he could protect his absolute individual rights (Daemmrich). Lets say this info is from a website and has no author: The purpose of this amendment was to secure each individual the right to keep and bear arms so that he could protect his absolute individual rights (Women Get). PARAPHRASING

YOU TAKE SOMEONE ELSES WORDS AND REPHRASE THEM OR PUT THEM IN YOUR OWN WORDS: GUN SHOPS REPORTED HUGE INCREASES IN SALES PRIOR TO THE NEW LAWS IMPLEMENTATION (LEDDY, 20). Lets say this info is from a website: Gun shops reported huge increases in sales prior to the new laws implementation (Leddy). Lets say this info is from a website and has no author: Criminals obviously have illegal ways of obtaining guns (Gun Control). WORKS CITED PAGE: ONLY CITE THE WORKS YOU ACTUALLY USED IN YOUR PAPER. ALPHA ORDER BASED ON FIRST LETTER OF THE FIRST WORD OF THE CITATION CARL MOWERY, FOR SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS, GALE RESEARCH, 1997. THE MONKEYS PAW." SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS, EDITED BY KATHLEEN WILSON, VOL. 2, GALE, 1997, PP. 146-159. GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY, HTTP:// LINK.GALEGROUP.COM/APPS/DOC/CX2694900019/GVRL?U=NYSL_LI_FPMH&SI

D=GVRL&XID=915FDF40. ACCESSED 1 MAR. 2018. THE MONKEYS PAW." SHORT STORIES FOR STUDENTS, EDITED BY KATHLEEN WILSON, VOL. 2, GALE, 1997, PP. 146-159. GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY, HTTP://LINK.GALEGROUP.COM/APPS/DOC/CX2694900019/GVRL? U=NYSL_LI_FPMH&SID=GVRL&XID=915FDF40. ACCESSED 1 MAR. 2018. Essay of literary criticism Info from SSfS

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