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English 3364: Critical Conversation Papers: Fiction/Narrative and Poetry Length: 750-1000 words (3-4 pages) each Weight: 10% of course grade each Draft workshop Paper 1 10/4 Final draft Paper 1 Due: 10/6 Draft workshop Paper 2 10/25 Final draft Paper 2 10/27 Twice during the semester, you will use your skills of literary analysis to write an analytic, interpretive argument that develops out of our class discussions. One paper will focus on a piece of short fiction or narrative and the other will focus on poetry. You may choose which one you write on first, but you can only write on a text that we have already discussed. “Barbie Doll” by Piercy Using our classroom discussions as a springboard for your paper, you will explore in greater depth some of the ideas the class has only briefly discussed or that we have neglected to address. You can also address a point with which you disagree. Consider what more can be said that is worth your audience’s attention about the text you select. Here are a few approaches you can take to this assignment: • Further support and extend one of the claims already made in discussion with new, additional, and further textual evidence and reasoning. • Take up an issue you think needs to be addressed to understand the text fully that our discussion has overlooked or not adequately addressed. • Rebut or counter-argue a claim previously made about the text that you find faulty or inadequate These are just some ways to start your thinking and you are always free to take your own approach. In order to successfully complete this assignment, you are going to want to take good notes during our class discusions, especially if you feel strongly about the direction discussion takes. Do not rely on your memory, but write down these points either during or immediately after class. Consider pairing up with a collegue so that you can share class notes; sometimes someone else often catches something we’ve missed ourselves! It’s also important to confine your discussion to just one main point. It’s often easier to write deeply about a narrow topic rather than try to write broadly about an entire text. As both of these novels are fairly lengthy, you will want to focus your exploration on just a couple of key passages. If you wish, you may cite points made by Dr. Bliss or your colleagues if doing so helps develop your own analysis. You should not undertake any outside research or consult any online sources. When you turn in your final draft, you must include the following in additions to the paper: the rough draft, feedback on the rough draft from your colleagues (written comments from the workshop) and a short reflection on your drafting process. This reflection should be half to one page in length. It should consider how your paper evolved from the rough draft to the final one; it should also address in what ways you considered the feedback you were given, even if you chose not to adopt all the feedback. There will be a 2 point penalty for each missing element. Citations: The paper must conform to MLA citation format, both for in-text citations and for the works cited list. If you are unsure of MLA format, consult your handbook or consult the following website: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/. Any paper that does not correctly cite will lose 2 points. Any paper that does not include a works cited list will lose 4 points. Be sure to follow the format specified in the syllabus. Please do not include a separate title page. You will need to include a works cited list that conforms to current MLA style guidelines. In writing this paper you will practice applying various types of support (paraphrase, quotes, interpretation) to back up your argument, so you should combine these various methods with your own ideas in a smooth, coherent, compelling way. You should strive to teach yourself and your reader(s) something new. Grading Criteria: 1. Strong thesis that makes a specific claim about the text that develops out of class discussion 2. Specific development of the main argument that uses textual evidence as a way to illuminate and support the thesis. 3. Careful analysis that explores relevant passages and fully explains why the presented evidence supports and advances the central argument. 4. Clear organization: each paragraph builds on the previous one and everything is in a logical order. 5. Correct grammar, punctuation and spelling. i will provide story and any other information needed.
English 3364: Critical Conversation Papers: Fiction/Narrative and Poetry Length: 750-1000 words (3-4 pages) each Weight: 10% of course grade each Draft workshop Paper 1 10/4 Final draft Paper 1 Due: 10/6 Draft workshop Paper 2 10/25 Final draft Paper 2 10/27 Twice during the semester, you will use your skills of literary analysis to write an analytic, interpretive argument that develops out of
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