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Instructions below: John Knowles did not create chapter titles for his novel A S
Instructions below: John Knowles did not create chapter titles for his novel A Separate Peace. Fortunately, you will. This is your opportunity to create an amazing chapter title for any of the thirteen chapters in the novel. Your essay should explain how your chapter title meets many of the requirements below. During your essay you will need to cite your text and the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) as you use the dictionary to assist in your explanation of key words from your chapter title. Mandatory: 1,3,4,6,7 (from the list of 7 elements below comprising a quality Chapter Title) Bottom line: you will need to show how your chapter title possesses the theme of the book and a major ideological message. Requirements: Times New Roman 12 3/4 – 1.5 pages single-spaced MLA header, spacing, and Works Cited page Works Cited will have at least two sources: A Separate Peace and an OED word. (20 points) Cite the OED : Use the school’s on-line High School Library, OED, sign in and password are “oakschristian” all lowercase. On-line submission due: May 17th for sections 1 (9:30am) & 2 (11:00am), Due May 18th (11:00) for Section 4. -2 off for all MLA or Works Cited issues. 100% on Works Cited, Header, Spacing will redeem 5 points from Paper 5. What is a Chapter Title? A CHAPTER TITLE is a word, clause, phrase, or sentence that comes directly from the text, from the chapter, and embodies both the chapter’s plot development and the novel’s theme, or a theme from the novel. According to Mr. Zirretta, a quality CHAPTER TITLE should: Directly quote the text Assist in recalling major events and locating their specific placement Use words with evocative diction, visceral imagery, and connotations Use words that echo past themes or uses of the word, words Use words that foreshadow future themes or future uses of the word, words Shrink longer, complex themes into shorter, manageable words or phrases Assist in a text’s ideological understanding: how it helps with theology, anthropology, teleology, axiology, epistemology, sociology, and cosmology

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