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Choose a text (movie, tv show, story, novel, fairy tale, children’s book) and an
Choose a text (movie, tv show, story, novel, fairy tale, children’s book) and analyze it in depth from any one of the “Critical Approaches to Literature.” You may choose either: Archetypal Approach Biographical Approach Psychoanalytical Approach New Historicism Marxist Feminist/ Gender Approach You may have to do some independent research of the writer and political and social structures influencing them or the characters involved (all outside research MUST BE CITED) Looking through the proper lens, be sure to answer what the message or importance of this text is from the Critical Approach you have chosen to use (this will be your thesis/ topic sentence). EX: Using a Psychoanalytical lens to examine “The Office,” it becomes apparent that the character of Michael Scott uses comedy as a defense mechanism, has an inferiority complex, as well as an unhealthy relationship with pride. Treat this as an essay body paragraph: Topic sentence Point, Example, Explanation (x 3) Concluding sentence You need 3 quotations. Integrate them into your writing seamlessly. This is Grade 12 now 🙂 Be sure to document all your sources properly in a Works Cited page (MLA Format)! No personal Pronouns and in the present tense. Length Max 2 pages double-spaced, typed Topic Sentence This sentence previews the content (overall claim) of this paragraph; it is your thesis. First Supporting Point + Evidence + Analysis This part usually consists of three sentences: the first point you're making that relates to your thesis, the evidence from the text that supports that point, and an analysis of the point you've made and evidence you've chosen. Again, ensure that all of this ties back to the thesis. Second Supporting Point + Evidence + Analysis This part usually consists of three sentences: the second point you're making that relates to the thesis, the evidence from the text that supports that point, and an analysis of the point you've made and evidence you've chosen. Again, ensure that all of this ties back to the thesis. Third Supporting Point + Evidence + Analysis This part usually consists of three sentences: the third point you're making that relates to the thesis, the evidence from the text that supports that point, and an analysis of the point you've made and evidence you've chosen. Again, ensure that all of this ties back to the thesis. Concluding Sentence Wrap up the contents of your paragraph and end with a mic drop moment!

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