Answer the question in a succinct thesis (which will go in your intro) and support your thesis with clearly organized paragraphs which include examples from the novel. Additionally, use AT LEAST 1 OF OUR UNIT READINGS (Powell, Dweck, Dobbs, Duckworth, Alexander, HONY: Inmates website) to supplement your interpretation and analysis of the novel in your response. The in-class reading will help you to provide evidence for specific claims you make in your body paragraphs about the novel.
4-6 pages. MLA format. 12-point font, Times New Roman. Works Cited Page A creative title that hints at the subject matter. Concrete evidence properly cited and integrated. Indicate a clear focus in a well-written thesis statement and stay focused throughout the essay. Organizing Principle. Introduction, body, and conclusion. **KEY: Fully developed analysis of how the evidence supports each topic sentence and overall thesis statement. **KEY: Successfully includes discussion from our in-class reading in an insightful and thoughtful way Include a conclusion which comments on why your argument is significantâ€” what difference it might make to readers Implements proper stylistic conventions to include: sentence variation, collegelevel vocabulary, target audience, complex sentence structure. Write the paper as if addressing a scholarly audience. Demonstrates thoughtful revision and editing/proofreading