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Title:

  1. Introduction (8-12 sentences)
    1. Attention Grabber: Interesting fact, statistic, general overview statement known to most readers about the author…(following your attention grabber, you want to explain the relevance of your attention getter in relation to your overall topic)

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  1. Summary of Author, you provide a short biographical background on your author. (4 sentences)
  2. Lead in to your thesis statement: Mention the short stories you will incorporate in your research. Finally end with THESIS STATEMENT in a cause and effect structure: ex. Poe’s work shows that insanity leads to violence.
  1. Body Paragraph 1 (8-12 sentences)-Focus on the cause-question the self is an example of insanity.
    1. Topic sentence: An observation that you will prove by using textual evidence. Ex. In Poe’s stories, the narrator begins to question himself.
      1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #1…cite evidence.
        1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #2…cite evidence.
    1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #3…cite evidence.
    1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Closing sentence can also lead into the next paragraph.
  1. Body Paragraph 2 (8-12 sentences): Focus on the cause-the mental blur of the narrator is an example of the cause-insanity
    1. Topic sentence: An observation that you will prove by using textual evidence. Ex. After a period of questioning himself, Poe’s narrator starts to show signs of mental instability.
      1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #1…cite evidence.
        1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #2…cite evidence.
    1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #2…cite evidence.
    1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Closing sentences can also lead into the next paragraph.
  1. Body Paragraph 3 (8-12 sentences): Focus on the effect…violence, proves murder.
    1. Topic sentence: An observation that you will prove by using textual evidence. Ex. After questioning himself and showing signs of mental instability he goes on to murder people.
      1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #1…cite evidence.
        1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #2…cite evidence.
    1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. Lead in to prove your observation with story #3…cite evidence.
    1. Analyze your observation

***Never start a sentence with a quote or end a paragraph with a quote. Introduce, use…analyze.

  1. A closing sentence…
  1. Conclusion
    1. Restate your thesis
    2. Summarize author and overall points
    3. Lasting thought of your research…closure.
    4. Work citatations

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