EXPANDING THE IDEA OF ARTISTIC AND LITERARY MOVEMENTS

This research paper is 7 paragraphs in length PLUS your Works Cited page. You have already done much of this research paper in previous assignments THIS NEWEST HANDOUT INCLUDES INSTRUCTIONS ON CONVERTING YOUR SPEECH PARAGRAPH TO THE WRITTEN PARAGRAPH. NOTE: I DO NOT hand back research papers. If you’d like to review your research paper please see me the following semester and I will be more than happy to review it with you. PARAGRAPH 1 – YOUR ROMANTIC META PARAGRAPH – REVISE AS NEEDED PARAGRAPH 2: THE INTRODUCTION – EXPANDING THE IDEA OF ARTISTIC AND LITERARY MOVEMENTS – 9+ sentences THESIS (last sentence/underline/you must use this): <transition> artistic and literary movements evolve in response to each other in order to craft characters and narratives that challenge the reader to perceive and contemplate realities in new and often different ways. PARAGRAPH 3 – SUPPORT PARAGRAPH 1 – Romanticism support paragraph – Revise as needed. PARAGRAPH 4 – YOUR REALISM META PARAGRAPH – REVISE AS NEEDED PARAGRAPH 5 – SUPPORT PARAGRAPH 2 – “Simple Heart” support paragraph – Revise as needed. PARAGRAPH 6 – YOUR SPEECH TO TEXT SUPPORT PARAGRAPH – WRITE OUT YOUR Compare and contrast Prufrock’s Modernism to Flaubert’s “A Simple Heart” Realism – see the “A” example NOTE: THIS PARAGRAPH IS NEW AND IT COMES FROM STUDENT SUGGESTIONS ABOUT MAKING RECORDINGS. THE POINT OF THIS PARAGRAPH HAS NOT CHANGED. THE WAY WE CREATE THIS IS INTERESTING BECAUSE IT COMES FROM YOUR SPOKEN PARAGRAPH. AS A RESULT I ADD GUIDELINES TO MOVE FROM THE SPOKEN PARAGRAPH TO THE WRITTEN VERSION. PARAGRAPH 7: THE CONCLUSION TRANSLATIONS: PLACE THE TRANSLATION/S IS YOU NEED THEM AFTER THE CONCLUSION AND BEFORE THE WORKS CITE PAGE THE LAST PAGE: WORKS CITED – MLA 8 WORKS CITED MLA 8 – REMINDERS FROM 101 TEAMS: IMPORTANT DETAILS GUIDELINES RULES PLAGIARISM AND SOURCES IN-TEXT AND WORKS CITED CITATIONS PLAGIARISM GRADING & RUBRIC

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Cite this as an Interview with friends whose names you state in the Works Cited entry. This in-text citation might be (My Grandmother). If this is not in English at the end of this essay write:*TRANSLATION OF ROMANTIC META:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Romantic meta. *TRANSLATION OF ROMANTIC META:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Romantic meta. Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Romantic meta. Begin with a quote from a famous artist that you feel best relates to the evolution of a living breathing art. Cite it here and in your Works Cited page. NEXT:Discuss why you feel art continually moves forward changing and reacting to what came before and even what surrounds it.Incorporate condensed (2-3 sentences each) versions of your Romanticism and Realism introductions and then move forward to some elements of Modernism and beyond. Discuss why you feel art continually moves forward changing and reacting to what came before and even what surrounds it. Incorporate condensed (2-3 sentences each) versions of your Romanticism and Realism introductions and then move forward to some elements of Modernism and beyond. Background information: Write 2-3 sentences that provide background for Keats or Poe and Romanticism. Topic sentence 1 (underline): <transition> write your topic sentence and make sure to use the title of the work from which you take your quote. Quote 1: Write out your quote. Make sure it conforms to MLA 8 style. Analysis 1 (7-9 sentences): Tell the readers how and why you feel the quote shows the topic sentence is true. You may use any material we discussed in class. Restate the topic sentence. Make sure you have a transition before you do so. Begin with: Realism – Stepping into the spirit of Flaubert as I listen to my grandmother tell me her story. Cite this as a self- interview. This in-text citation might look like (Thoughts on Grandmother). If this is not in English at the end of this essay and after the Romantic meta translation write:**TRANSLATION OF REALIST META PARAGRAPH:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Realist meta. **TRANSLATION OF REALIST META PARAGRAPH:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Realist meta. Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Realist meta. Background information: Write 2-3 sentences that provide background for Flaubert and Realism. Topic sentence 1 (underline): <transition> write your topic sentence and make sure to use the title of the work from which you take your quote. Quote 1: Write out your quote. Make sure it conforms to MLA 8 style. Analysis 1 (7-9 sentences): Tell the readers how and why you feel the quote shows the topic sentence is true. You may use any material we discussed in class. Restate the topic sentence. Make sure you have a transition before you do so. Provide background information about Modernism. Write a topic sentence where you contrast 1 – 2 Modern elements from 1 poem excerpt from “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” to the Realist elements of Flaubert’s “A Simple Heart.” Discuss these difference. You do not need to analyze and take apart quotes. Reflect on the differences.YOU CAN EVEN STATE WHICH YOU PREFER WHY AND TELL THE TYPE OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSE/S YOU GET. YOU CAN EVEN STATE WHICH YOU PREFER WHY AND TELL THE TYPE OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSE/S YOU GET. This written paragraph must be 17 – 25 sentences in length.This length does not include the quotes.When you write out your recorded speech paragraph you will very likely have a paragraph that is much longer than 25 sentences.Edit out information that you feel might be repetitive or not as important as other information until you reach the required length.You can even make revisions and modifications to strengthen this paragraph. This length does not include the quotes. When you write out your recorded speech paragraph you will very likely have a paragraph that is much longer than 25 sentences.Edit out information that you feel might be repetitive or not as important as other information until you reach the required length.You can even make revisions and modifications to strengthen this paragraph. Edit out information that you feel might be repetitive or not as important as other information until you reach the required length. You can even make revisions and modifications to strengthen this paragraph. RESTATE THE THESIS (last sentence/underline/you must use this): <transition> artistic and literary movements evolve in response to each other in order to craft characters and narratives that challenge the reader to perceive and contemplate realities in new and often different ways. Add two to three ending comments or questions. Add 1 more art quote from a famous artist. This quote must have the reader reflect on your essay.You must cite it here and in your Works Cited page. You must cite it here and in your Works Cited page. The Works Cited page is the last page. It is on a page of its own. There should be no other text from the essay on the Works Cited page. You may use EasyBib the GCC databases or Prudue OWL to generate a correct Works Cited entry or entries.NOTE: EasyBib generates MLA 8 Works Cited for all of the information you use in the essay and it also alphabetizes these entries. To me it is the best choice for entries you do not find in a GCC database and even then it works well. You might have to watch a few commercials but this is worth it. NOTE: EasyBib generates MLA 8 Works Cited for all of the information you use in the essay and it also alphabetizes these entries. To me it is the best choice for entries you do not find in a GCC database and even then it works well. You might have to watch a few commercials but this is worth it. YOUR TRANSLATION/S IF ANY WILL BE ABOVE THE WORKS CITED PAGE. The Works Cited page must be properly formatted per MLA 8 guidelines. In particular make sure you alphabetize your entries and have proper indentation. Use Hanging indent to separate the entries and generate properly formatted Works Cited Entries with the proper indentations. Center Works Cited The Works Cited page must be on a separate page at the end of this outline. Make the sure the page is double-spaced. Make sure all entries are in alphabetical order. Use Hanging Indent.NOTE: Although the above link addresses APA only use the information about creating the Hanging Indent on Word. This should be similar on Google Docs and Pages. You might wish to do an internet search on how to create Hanging Indent for Google Docs or for Pages if the above tutorial looks different than Google Docs or Pages. NOTE: Although the above link addresses APA only use the information about creating the Hanging Indent on Word. This should be similar on Google Docs and Pages. You might wish to do an internet search on how to create Hanging Indent for Google Docs or for Pages if the above tutorial looks different than Google Docs or Pages. Your entries must follow MLA 8 rules.See the Canvas Modules and Entries that discuss MLA 8 Works Cited. See the Canvas Modules and Entries that discuss MLA 8 Works Cited. YOU MAY WORK IN TEAMS ON THE ROMANTICISM AND REALISM SUPPORT PARAGRAPH MODIFICATIONS AND REVISIONS.YOU MAY COPY/PASTE THESE INTO YOUR RESEARCH PAPERS. YOU MAY COPY/PASTE THESE INTO YOUR RESEARCH PAPERS. INTRODUCTIONS OR CONCLUSIONS – YOU MAY WORK IN TEAMS WITH THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES.You cannot copy/paste the entire paragraphs.Your quotes for these paragraphs must be different from each other’s.Use different transitions and wording as needed so these do not read as copy/paste. You cannot copy/paste the entire paragraphs. Your quotes for these paragraphs must be different from each other’s. Use different transitions and wording as needed so these do not read as copy/paste. YOU CANNOT DO THE META PARAGRAPHS AS A TEAM. We have workshopped material frequently as a class. It is fine for each person in the group to use the quotes the group finds or to use a quote another group finds. Because we have workshopped frequently you might have similar support paragraph material. This will not be considered plagiarism. Unless I state you cannot use certain material you are free to use any group and class material.Teams may copy/paste the Romanticism and Realism support paragraphs and they may work on the introductions and conclusions if they follow the TEAM guidelines above. Teams may copy/paste the Romanticism and Realism support paragraphs and they may work on the introductions and conclusions if they follow the TEAM guidelines above. Cite all sources properly. You cannot use wikis. Use credible sources such as reputable newspapers or magazines. The school library databases provide credible sources. Use EasyBib to generate entries as needed. Plagiarism occurs when you use outside material such as quotes paraphrases and summaries and fail to cite this information as required by MLA with in-text and Works Cited citations. Plagiarism also occurs when you copy the parts of the example research paper I disallow. Using Teamwork is NOT plagiarism and there is no need to cite any material from your teams. Plagiarism will result in a failing grade for the paper and all instances of plagiarism will be referred to the appropriate authority in charge of such matters. This is school policy. This paper is graded A – F. I cannot accept late research papers since they are due on the final day of the semester. You must use the class thesis. Failure to have a thesis will result in a failing grade. All support paragraphs must contain: 1) Topic sentence with transition (underlined); 2) Context and quote; 3) Quote; 4) Analysis and 5) Last sentence of the support paragraph is a restated topic sentence. Your topic sentences must contain a proper transition and be 1 clear arguable point. A missing topic sentence will dock your grade 1 grade. Your quote must be the 1 aspect of the topic sentence; it must support the topic sentence. Make sure you write who states the quote and you must have a very short objective context (.5 – 1.5 sentences in length) that is before the quote to give the quote grounding.NOTE: You can analyze the context so the context cannot be interpretive or a summary. The context as discussed in class is objective background information about WHY the quote happens and exists. NOTE: You can analyze the context so the context cannot be interpretive or a summary. The context as discussed in class is objective background information about WHY the quote happens and exists. Your analysis must address only the 2 QKs of your quote and the analysis must involve interpretation and your thoughts about the QKs.You can paraphrase parts of the QKs in the analysis so the readers know what you are referencing and you may bring in outside sources such as the temperature in winter in Northern France to strengthen your analysis.You cannot bring in another quote from the story and you cannot address anything that happens in another part of the story.Your analysis must focus only on the topic sentence and quote pairing. In essence you tell the reader how/why the quote supports the topic sentence.Do not stray You can paraphrase parts of the QKs in the analysis so the readers know what you are referencing and you may bring in outside sources such as the temperature in winter in Northern France to strengthen your analysis. You cannot bring in another quote from the story and you cannot address anything that happens in another part of the story. Your analysis must focus only on the topic sentence and quote pairing. In essence you tell the reader how/why the quote supports the topic sentence. Do not stray Use present tense as often as possible.Do not use a single “i.” Always use “I.” This small “I” is common in texting; however in an essay it is considered a serious error. Do not use a single “i.” Always use “I.” This small “I” is common in texting; however in an essay it is considered a serious error. You must use a background information to lead the reader to the topic sentence idea. You must have quote context with the quote where appropriate. You must have the proper quote for your Romanticism and Realism support paragraphs. A missing quote or a quote that is split apart will dock you 1 grade. ALL QUOTES PARAPHRASES SUMMARIES must have MLA 8 in-text and Works Cited citations.MLA 8 citation errors will penalize your grade by .5 grade points. MLA 8 citation errors will penalize your grade by .5 grade points. Your paper must be as error free as possible and your MLA must also be as error free as possible. Errors in structure (sentence structure especially) spelling awkward and unclear passages and improper MLA will negatively impact your grade so please proof your paper before turning it in.Avoid sentence fragments run-ons and comma splices. An excessive number of these errors will penalize your essay up to 1 full grade point. Avoid sentence fragments run-ons and comma splices. An excessive number of these errors will penalize your essay up to 1 full grade point. Do not stray. A large area that strays from the quote and topic sentence can cost you 1 grade point. Do not misinterpret. Misinterpretations show misunderstandings These will cost 1 grade point. Make sure you use transitions as needed. Do not submit a paper that feels jumpy when read. This means that each topic sentence must begin with a transition even after the background information. The thesis in the introduction and conclusion must also use begin with transitions. In addition make sure you use transitions in your paragraphs.The lowest grade any of the above errors can drop your essay grade is a “D. The lowest grade any of the above errors can drop your essay grade is a “D. THIS IS MY META PARAGRAPH PLEASE USE THIS ONE. My Grandma would tell me a lot of stories when I was a child however this story has stuck with me till now. So there was this very rich king during the medieval times he had everything from money women and anything he wanted within a snap of a finger. He was starting to get bored so he wanted a little spark into his daily life he decided to create a challenge that stated “Whichever villager proves to be the most outrageous liar will receive a golden apple!” So the king began to have auditions at his castle to see who can prove to be the best liar there were thousands of people waiting outside. The first person walks in he was a poor man with nothing really to lose in his life lol so he tells the king “I have killed a dragon with only my feet” the king starts laughinggggg very loud and tells the poor man to look up. Up there was four dragon heads that the king had killed with his bare hands the king then yells at this man to get the hell out of his castle. Then the next person comes its this little helpless kid starts to say how he has a dog that can speak their language the king looks at these 2 HUGE lions next to his throne and snaps his fingers the lions begin to speak talk and dance lmao. This kid is in awe and leaves after that hundreds of people came and went the king started to get frustrated and was getting annoyed and was thinking about ending the challenge. They convinced him to stay for a little more this old man walks in with a pot in his hand and the king is confused so he asks the man “Whats the pot for?” the old main straight up says to the king “You owe me a pot of gold sir”. The king starting laughing but then noticed the old man was not. So he got angry and said I do not owe anyone anything leave my castle right now! So the old man says so i am lying right? Then the king is shocked he starts to panic saying no no no no one can lie to me! I cannot be proven wrong! So the stubborn king ended up giving up a whole pot of gold instead of one small golden apple lollll. Cite this as an Interview with friends whose names you state in the Works Cited entry.This in-text citation might be (My Grandmother).If this is not in English at the end of this essay write:*TRANSLATION OF ROMANTIC META:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Romantic meta. *TRANSLATION OF ROMANTIC META:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Romantic meta. Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Romantic meta. Begin with a quote from a famous artist that you feel best relates to the evolution of a living breathing art. Cite it here and in your Works Cited page.NEXT:Discuss why you feel art continually moves forward changing and reacting to what came before and even what surrounds it.Incorporate condensed (2-3 sentences each) versions of your Romanticism and Realism introductions and then move forward to some elements of Modernism and beyond. Discuss why you feel art continually moves forward changing and reacting to what came before and even what surrounds it.Incorporate condensed (2-3 sentences each) versions of your Romanticism and Realism introductions and then move forward to some elements of Modernism and beyond. Background information: Write 2-3 sentences that provide background for Keats or Poe and Romanticism. Topic sentence 1 (underline): <transition> write your topic sentence and make sure to use the title of the work from which you take your quote. Quote 1: Write out your quote. Make sure it conforms to MLA 8 style. Analysis 1 (7-9 sentences): Tell the readers how and why you feel the quote shows the topic sentence is true. You may use any material we discussed in class. Restate the topic sentence. Make sure you have a transition before you do so. Begin with: Realism – Stepping into the spirit of Flaubert as I listen to my grandmother tell me her story.Cite this as a self- interview.This in-text citation might look like (Thoughts on Grandmother).If this is not in English at the end of this essay and after the Romantic meta translation write:**TRANSLATION OF REALIST META PARAGRAPH:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Realist meta. **TRANSLATION OF REALIST META PARAGRAPH:Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Realist meta. Then add your English translation. Do not use formal English unless your meta is also formal. You want your meta translation to best reflect the Realist meta. Background information: Write 2-3 sentences that provide background for Flaubert and Realism. Topic sentence 1 (underline): <transition> write your topic sentence and make sure to use the title of the work from which you take your quote. Quote 1: Write out your quote. Make sure it conforms to MLA 8 style. Analysis 1 (7-9 sentences): Tell the readers how and why you feel the quote shows the topic sentence is true. You may use any material we discussed in class. Restate the topic sentence. Make sure you have a transition before you do so. Provide background information about Modernism.Write a topic sentence where you contrast 1 – 2 Modern elements from 1 poem excerpt from “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” to the Realist elements of Flaubert’s “A Simple Heart.”Discuss these difference.You do not need to analyze and take apart quotes. Reflect on the differences.YOU CAN EVEN STATE WHICH YOU PREFER WHY AND TELL THE TYPE OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSE/S YOU GET.This written paragraph must be 17 – 25 sentences in length.This length does not include the quotes.When you write out your recorded speech paragraph you will very likely have a paragraph that is much longer than 25 sentences.Edit out information that you feel might be repetitive or not as important as other information until you reach the required length.You can even make revisions and modifications to strengthen this paragraph. YOU CAN EVEN STATE WHICH YOU PREFER WHY AND TELL THE TYPE OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSE/S YOU GET. This length does not include the quotes.When you write out your recorded speech paragraph you will very likely have a paragraph that is much longer than 25 sentences.Edit out information that you feel might be repetitive or not as important as other information until you reach the required length.You can even make revisions and modifications to strengthen this paragraph. Edit out information that you feel might be repetitive or not as important as other information until you reach the required length.You can even make revisions and modifications to strengthen this paragraph. RESTATE THE THESIS (last sentence/underline/you must use this): <transition> artistic and literary movements evolve in response to each other in order to craft characters and narratives that challenge the reader to perceive and contemplate realities in new and often different ways.Add two to three ending comments or questions.Add 1 more art quote from a famous artist. This quote must have the reader reflect on your essay.You must cite it here and in your Works Cited page. You must cite it here and in your Works Cited page. The Works Cited page is the last page.It is on a page of its own. There should be no other text from the essay on the Works Cited page.You may use EasyBib the GCC databases or Prudue OWL to generate a correct Works Cited entry or entries.NOTE: EasyBib generates MLA 8 Works Cited for all of the information you use in the essay and it also alphabetizes these entries. To me it is the best choice for entries you do not find in a GCC database and even then it works well. You might have to watch a few commercials but this is worth it.YOUR TRANSLATION/S IF ANY WILL BE ABOVE THE WORKS CITED PAGE.The Works Cited page must be properly formatted per MLA 8 guidelines.In particular make sure you alphabetize your entries and have proper indentation.Use Hanging indent to separate the entries and generate properly formatted Works Cited Entries with the proper indentations. NOTE: EasyBib generates MLA 8 Works Cited for all of the information you use in the essay and it also alphabetizes these entries. To me it is the best choice for entries you do not find in a GCC database and even then it works well. You might have to watch a few commercials but this is worth it. Center Works CitedThe Works Cited page must be on a separate page at the end of this outline.Make the sure the page is double-spaced.Make sure all entries are in alphabetical order.Use Hanging Indent.NOTE: Although the above link addresses APA only use the information about creating the Hanging Indent on Word. This should be similar on Google Docs and Pages. You might wish to do an internet search on how to create Hanging Indent for Google Docs or for Pages if the above tutorial looks different than Google Docs or Pages.Your entries must follow MLA 8 rules.See the Canvas Modules and Entries that discuss MLA 8 Works Cited. NOTE: Although the above link addresses APA only use the information about creating the Hanging Indent on Word. This should be similar on Google Docs and Pages. You might wish to do an internet search on how to create Hanging Indent for Google Docs or for Pages if the above tutorial looks different than Google Docs or Pages. See the Canvas Modules and Entries that discuss MLA 8 Works Cited. YOU MAY WORK IN TEAMS ON THE ROMANTICISM AND REALISM SUPPORT PARAGRAPH MODIFICATIONS AND REVISIONS.YOU MAY COPY/PASTE THESE INTO YOUR RESEARCH PAPERS.INTRODUCTIONS OR CONCLUSIONS – YOU MAY WORK IN TEAMS WITH THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES.You cannot copy/paste the entire paragraphs.Your quotes for these paragraphs must be different from each other’s.Use different transitions and wording as needed so these do not read as copy/paste.YOU CANNOT DO THE META PARAGRAPHS AS A TEAM. YOU MAY COPY/PASTE THESE INTO YOUR RESEARCH PAPERS. You cannot copy/paste the entire paragraphs.Your quotes for these paragraphs must be different from each other’s.Use different transitions and wording as needed so these do not read as copy/paste. We have workshopped material frequently as a class. It is fine for each person in the group to use the quotes the group finds or to use a quote another group finds.Because we have workshopped frequently you might have similar support paragraph material. This will not be considered plagiarism. Unless I state you cannot use certain material you are free to use any group and class material.Teams may copy/paste the Romanticism and Realism support paragraphs and they may work on the introductions and conclusions if they follow the TEAM guidelines above. Teams may copy/paste the Romanticism and Realism support paragraphs and they may work on the introductions and conclusions if they follow the TEAM guidelines above. Cite all sources properly.You cannot use wikis.Use credible sources such as reputable newspapers or magazines. The school library databases provide credible sources.Use EasyBib to generate entries as needed. Plagiarism occurs when you use outside material such as quotes paraphrases and summaries and fail to cite this information as required by MLA with in-text and Works Cited citations.Plagiarism also occurs when you copy the parts of the example research paper I disallow.Using Teamwork is NOT plagiarism and there is no need to cite any material from your teams.Plagiarism will result in a failing grade for the paper and all instances of plagiarism will be referred to the appropriate authority in charge of such matters. This is school policy. This paper is graded A – F. I cannot accept late research papers since they are due on the final day of the semester.You must use the class thesis. Failure to have a thesis will result in a failing grade.All support paragraphs must contain: 1) Topic sentence with transition (underlined); 2) Context and quote; 3) Quote; 4) Analysis and 5) Last sentence of the support paragraph is a restated topic sentence.Your topic sentences must contain a proper transition and be 1 clear arguable point. A missing topic sentence will dock your grade 1 grade.Your quote must be the 1 aspect of the topic sentence; it must support the topic sentence. Make sure you write who states the quote and you must have a very short objective context (.5 – 1.5 sentences in length) that is before the quote to give the quote grounding.NOTE: You can analyze the context so the context cannot be interpretive or a summary. The context as discussed in class is objective background information about WHY the quote happens and exists.Your analysis must address only the 2 QKs of your quote and the analysis must involve interpretation and your thoughts about the QKs.You can paraphrase parts of the QKs in the analysis so the readers know what you are referencing and you may bring in outside sources such as the temperature in winter in Northern France to strengthen your analysis.You cannot bring in another quote from the story and you cannot address anything that happens in another part of the story.Your analysis must focus only on the topic sentence and quote pairing. In essence you tell the reader how/why the quote supports the topic sentence.Do not strayUse present tense as often as possible.Do not use a single “i.” Always use “I.” This small “I” is common in texting; however in an essay it is considered a serious error.You must use a background information to lead the reader to the topic sentence idea.You must have quote context with the quote where appropriate.You must have the proper quote for your Romanticism and Realism support paragraphs. A missing quote or a quote that is split apart will dock you 1 grade.ALL QUOTES PARAPHRASES SUMMARIES must have MLA 8 in-text and Works Cited citations.MLA 8 citation errors will penalize your grade by .5 grade points.Your paper must be as error free as possible and your MLA must also be as error free as possible. Errors in structure (sentence structure especially) spelling awkward and unclear passages and improper MLA will negatively impact your grade so please proof your paper before turning it in.Avoid sentence fragments run-ons and comma splices. An excessive number of these errors will penalize your essay up to 1 full grade point.Do not stray. A large area that strays from the quote and topic sentence can cost you 1 grade point.Do not misinterpret. Misinterpretations show misunderstandings These will cost 1 grade point.Make sure you use transitions as needed. Do not submit a paper that feels jumpy when read.This means that each topic sentence must begin with a transition even after the background information. The thesis in the introduction and conclusion must also use begin with transitions. In addition make sure you use transitions in your paragraphs.The lowest grade any of the above errors can drop your essay grade is a “D.THIS IS MY META PARAGRAPH PLEASE USE THIS ONE. My Grandma would tell me a lot of stories when I was a child however this story has stuck with me till now. So there was this very rich king during the medieval times he had everything from money women and anything he wanted within a snap of a finger. He was starting to get bored so he wanted a little spark into his daily life he decided to create a challenge that stated “Whichever villager proves to be the most outrageous liar will receive a golden apple!” So the king began to have auditions at his castle to see who can prove to be the best liar there were thousands of people waiting outside. The first person walks in he was a poor man with nothing really to lose in his life lol so he tells the king “I have killed a dragon with only my feet” the king starts laughinggggg very loud and tells the poor man to look up. Up there was four dragon heads that the king had killed with his bare hands the king then yells at this man to get the hell out of his castle.

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