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Hello! and THANK YOU!
here are the instructions: Ensure that your essay includes all of the necessary components of an essay: proper introduction, a clear thesis, multiple arguments/points, textual evidence, an in-depth analysis and conclusion. You will ensure that your essay is in proper MLA format,
includes embedded citations and has a completed Works Cited.
Through the literary essay, I can demonstrate my ability to:
Analyze texts in terms of the information, ideas, issues they explore & evaluate its effectiveness
Make and explain inferences of increasing subtlety and insight about texts, including complex and challenging texts, supporting their explanations with well-chosen stated and implied ideas from the texts
Evaluate the effectiveness of texts, including complex and challenging texts, using evidence from the text insightfully to support their opinion
Communicate in a clear, coherent manner appropriate to the purpose, subject matter, and intended audience
use appropriate MLA formatting (embedded citations) and creates a works cited page (polished)
I need the below outline filled out so that it can be transferred into essay format. This is for a grade 12 student. This was my thesis
statement and my teacher said I needed to make the meaning more clear and i have to include feminist terminologies.
thesis statement: In “The Handmaid’s Tale”, Margaret Atwood addresses women’s obligatory position in the society of Gilead and discusses the consequences of women’s deprivation of freedom through the dominance of a patriarchal
society.
The literary criticism I am using is: Feminist Criticism: (think about women and how their role/function in society is presented)
Critical Essay Outline
Introductory Paragraph
Hook: (capture the attention of the reader and introduce the topic of your essay in an interesting way).
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Background Information: (introduce the novel—title and author—and provide a brief summary of the plot, making sure to highlight important aspects you’ve noticed through your tracking. Here you must also provide background information about the literary theory as well)
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Supporting Ideas: (to outline the main ideas in each body paragraph)
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Thesis Statement: (topic + opinion = thesis)
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Body Paragraph 1
Topic Sentence: (a body paragraph topic sentence introduces what the paragraph will be about and how it ties into your thesis statement)
Transition Statement Example Explanation
(point) (evidence/quote) (supports thesis how?)
Role of the women: Women’s only purpose in this world is to procreate
Quote#1: “ My red skirt is hitched up to my waist, though no higher. Below the Commander is fucking.: 116
Concluding Sentence: (a restatement of your topic sentence in a new way)
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Body Paragraph 2
Topic Sentence: (a body paragraph topic sentence introduces what the paragraph will be about and how it ties into your thesis statement)
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Transition Statement Example Explanation
(point) (evidence/quote) (supports thesis how?)
Women lost all their rights: They cant wear their own clothes, own property or handle money
Quote#2: “What I wore to them: my own clothes, my own soap, my own money, the money I had earned myself. I think about having such control.” 36
Concluding Sentence: (a restatement of your topic sentence in a new way)
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Body Paragraph 3
Topic Sentence: (a body paragraph topic sentence introduces what the paragraph will be about and how it ties into your thesis statement)
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Transition Statement Example Explanation
(point) (evidence/quote) (supports thesis how?)
They are given numbers and are owned by people
Quote#3:
“ I can not avoid seeing, now, the small tattoo on my ankle. Four digits and an eye, a passport in reverse. It’s supposed to be guaranteed that I will never be able to fade, finally, into another landscape.” 80
Concluding Sentence: (a restatement of your topic sentence in a new way)
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Concluding Paragraph
Re-state your thesis and supporting ideas
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General Reflection (a final thought about the topic; gives the reader something to think about; can extend beyond scope of the essay)
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