The 1000-word essay is analyzing one of the articles on Blackboard under Content or an article (topic) you’ve chosen and cleared with me.
• You might start thinking ahead for the argument essay and choose an essay you would consider using in for your next paper. Successful papers will demonstrate powerful reading and analytical skill, close attention to the primary essay, original thinking, clarity of thought and purpose. Possible starting places for your textual analysis: include an author’s life, politics, the social context of the work, philosophical
musings, how and why the work evokes a particular feeling in you, cultural relevance, or the components of the text such as the
The significance of setting, narrative voice, imagery, or symbolism. Or, perhaps use a critical approach to the text and use it as a springboard for your ideas. The Dos and Don’ts of Text Analysis Papers: DO NOT: Only summarize text DO: Analyze the thematic and symbolic significance of events/thesis/topics in the text DO NOT: Generalize and provide vague reasons behind your Text Analysis
DO: Use specific examples from the text (including quotes, if significant). DO NOT: Make superficial, obvious insights (poor thesis: The Bluest Eye is about the struggles of growing up.) DO: Think deeply and look closely into the work. Notice things that a casual reader would not. DO NOT: Simply repeat ideas mentioned in class by the instructor or by other students. DO: Build off ideas mentioned in class, adding your own thoughts and insights to the discussion. ESSAY STRUCTURE: Your first paragraph is your introduction. Make your thesis the last sentence in your introduction. Prove your thesis in the body. Body paragraphs should open with a topic sentence that supports your thesis. A body paragraph should prove its topic sentence with evidence and examples. Your concluding paragraph should not simply repeat the body; it should go with your introduction and body, but take a step out somehow. The essay should be written in 3rd person point of view.
TITLE: Title your paper to help your reader anticipate your subject. A a good title is one that cannot be used for every paper on your topic;
it goes with your paper exactly. GENERATING IDEAS: 1. Research: Read several essays and decide which one best suits your style or needs. 2. Freewrite to help you get started. 3. Outline the essay you will be using for the analysis paper. 4. Planning: Write a working thesis and topic sentences. Each paragraph should have a topic sentence. A well-written thesis will suggest the organization of the essay.
You may include several different points in one rhetorical analysis, but generally, certain genre or rhetorical mode. Whatever your point is, that becomes your thesis, and remember, it’s a thesis about a piece of writing, not primarily about the issue that the writing addresses.
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