Provide an engaging essay introduction to your topic using one of the suggested methods:
general statement – which relates to your topic but is not boring or dry and sets your tone
sensory imagery – describe a person/place/thing according to the senses which sets up the mood of the essay
allusion – make a reference to historical/mythological people/places etc.
an interesting quotation – either from the films or another source (MLA citation needed)
contrast: an interesting opposition of ideas related to your thesis
figurative language – metaphor, simile, personification, symbol etc.Introduce the film and your main idea.
Discuss how the key idea is introduced in the film.
Connect how the key idea in the film is also relevant to your Memoir CPT.
State the thesis at the end of this 2nd paragraph. (Underline your thesis).
Paragraphs 3, 4 and 5 (Body paragraphs):
Each paragraph will detail your sub-point or sub-points that support your thesis.
Provide textual proof from the film and your memoir.
Proof from film
Analysis of film’s proof
Proof from memoir
Analysis of memoir’s proof
Paragraph 6 (Conclusion):
Restate your thesis (underline it once more)
Sum up your main points
End with final thought (something to leave readers thinking about)
come back full circle to your introduction’s opening and how you hooked the reader (e.g. sensory imagery, contrast etc.)
Include an alternate view/summary of your thesis’ arguments from another perspective appropriate for your topic (e.g. other films which tie in with your thesis but in a unique way, neo-classical if you are discussing traditional characters/mythology of hero’s journey, Freudian if you are discussing emotional and psychological trauma, real world connections/examples if discussing the sociology of behaviour in films etc.)
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