Essay; Narrative Argument, and Response

Required Research/Readings: Any two of the Following:1- ?The Lonely, Good Company of Books? by Robert Rodriguez2-?One Writer?s Beginnings? by Eudora Welty3- ?Superman and Me? by Sherman Alexie4- ?Why I Write? by George Orwell5- Any of the ?Why I Write? pieces (by Allende, Jen, Junger, McBride) o Each author counts as a separate sourceVideo: ?Sherman Alexie Talks? 1-Ted Talk: Wired for Story ? Lisa Cron 2-Ted Talk: What Makes a World Real? ? Anne Curzan 3-Ted Talk: The Secret Structure of Great Talks ? Nancy Duarte 4-Ted Talk: The Danger of a Single Story ? Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Essay 1: Narrative Argument & Response
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Due Dates:
o Final draft Due: Monday 2/25
o Rough draft for Peer Review: Wednesday 2/21
o Thesis Proposal Due: Friday 2/16 by 11:59pm
o You are expected to turn in your thesis proposal,
peer workshop rough drafts, and your final draft.
Also, you must click the VeriCite button when
you submit your final draft.
o Your essay is considered incomplete if it is
missing any of these components. I will not
accept late or incomplete essays without an
extension.
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Objective: This essay will require you to read,
analyze and utilize multiple texts as well as use
your own experience with the subject in order to
develop a clear and well-supported argument.
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Required Research/Readings: Any two of the Following:
?The Lonely, Good Company of Books? by Robert Rodriguez
?One Writer?s Beginnings? by Eudora Welty
?Superman and Me? by Sherman Alexie
?Why I Write? by George Orwell
Any of the ?Why I Write? pieces (by Allende, Jen, Junger, McBride)
o Each author counts as a separate source
Video: ?Sherman Alexie Talks?
Ted Talk: Wired for Story ? Lisa Cron
Ted Talk: What Makes a World Real? ? Anne Curzan
Ted Talk: The Secret Structure of Great Talks ? Nancy Duarte
Ted Talk: The Danger of a Single Story ? Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Minimum Length: 3-5 pages
Background: For this project, you will focus of two of the readings, videos, or TED Talks from
the required readings.
Prompt: Your goal is to analyze both your own approach and history with reading and writing
(Narative) and reflect on the things you have learned or plan to incorporate from the two sources
you have chosen (Response).
Your thesis should reflect your relationship with reading and writing, and/or the effect reading
has had on your life. The first part of your essay should mirror a format like ?The Lonely, Good
Company of Books,? ?One Writer?s Beginnings? or ?Superman and Me? where you tell the story
of your relationships with books. The second half of your essay, should be focused on the
following:
1) An analysis of either strategies and devices you would like to emulate or reproduce in
your own writing (aka things in the three sources you would like to use) or strategies and
devices you will never use or reproduce in your writing because of the author?s
inaffective application in the work. (Basically, in this part of the essay, I would like you
to reflect on the two sources you have chosen and talk about what you really liked or
what you really hated, and how you can implement those thing in your own writing.)
Requirements:
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Length: 3-5 pages (This does not include your Works Cited page)
You will need
1. Introduction (including a hook, background information, and your thesis)
2. Body paragraphs (including examples from the texts as well as your
narrative and analysis of outside sources)
3. Conclusion
o You may choose to end your essay with a reflection on how your
relationship with words has changed because of the knowledge gained
from the sources you have chosen.

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