If you have less red than blue, then you are probably only using your evidence as an example. You will earn a possible of ten points for effort. This is an enormous amount for this class.
We are just going to begin to test how you are going to support your thesis. Make sure you save. Marking up your body Paragraphs and Drafting an introduction.
You should always have more analysis than evidence. Each paragraph will be worth 10 points for an assignment total of 30 points. Draft all three body paragraphs. Make sure that you follow MLA documentation for in-text citations. The answer to this question should be the seed for your topic sentence for that particular paragraph.
Please note that our point total for this assignment is already 55 points. You then printed and cut out these pieces of evidence and looked at them to see how they might fit together. And remember, these must be done in class. An analytical topic sentence that proves what your research and analysis say about your essay topic.
Then go ahead and give it a try. Does your reader understand what is happening in the book before you quote your evidence. On the other hand if you say, "The very first time Clarisse meets Montag she surprises him with her strange thoughts on the world" your reader knows exactly what is happening.
You cannot say, "On page fifty-four. Since each topic, or each idea that supports our topic has been grouped properly, we can be said to have "blocked out" the research for our paper. Just give it your best shot. The idea of this assignment was for you to literally see what each sentence of your paragraph does, what role it plays.
Today in class we marked up our body paragraphs using the following colored highlights: Day 6 and 7: Earlier this week you should have collected all the evidence and analysis that constitute the "research" for your paper.
This is also your homework! Your actual evidence Red: Proper context for your quotations. Each paragraph should have at least the following parts. Lather, rinse, repeat 6.
A couple of key things to note: Analysis of your evidence. Full analysis of your quotation. A statement of summary or of transition that naturally leads to the next paragraph.
So how does one draft an essay paragraph? You have to explain what the evidence mean and that takes effort and plenty of language. We covered this, but if you are lost, look to the OWL web page linked to our homepage. Context for your evidence Blue: Drafting the introduction Introductions are hard--they are an art and, like conclusions, it takes writing dozens of them before one really gets the hang of it.These assessment questions for Fahrenheit are modeled after current testing models requiring students to revisit the text for answers.
Students have to support their opinions and inferences with examples from the text. Persuasive writing prompts; Problem solution essay topics; A List Of Great Argumentative Essay Topics For Fahrenheit This essay is different from a persuasive essay that relies on your opinion because you will try to avoid giving your opinion.
You will also add an additional paragraph where you will present the opposing.
Fahrenheit Essay Topics Choose one of the topics below. ♦ Censorship and the suppression of ideas. ♦ The power and value of ideas. Fahrenheit Essay Topics Below you will find all the handouts/information you need to do each assignment, each step, of the first academic essay we will write this year.
Please scoll down the page to find the new information as you need it. Fahrenheit Essay Topics. Essay Questions and Fahrenheit by Ray Bradbury. As you know, Essay Topics and Prompts for Fahrenheit by Ray Bradbury.
Fahrenheit is based on a short story called "The Fireman" written by Bradbury in and later expanded into a full novel in The Fahrenheit study guide contains a biography of Ray Br.Download