Essay must contain:
· An introduction paragraph that includes a clear and concise THESIS statement (i.e. a statement of the central argument you will prove in your essay). You must put your thesis statement in bold.
· Several body paragraphs with a topic sentence, specific evidence to support your argument, and a clear transition to the next paragraph. Remember, the more specific you can be in terms of names, dates, events, etc. that support your argument, the stronger your essay will be.
· A conclusion that sums up your main points and reflects on the historical significance.
As formal essays, you are required to adhere to proper spelling and grammar rules.
You must also ensure that you fully answer the questions posed and use specific evidence to support your arguments. Simply making general statements, or discussing the topics in a general way, will not be sufficient. Your responses must be clear, well-organized, and supported by specific evidence.
Each essay should be between 600 and 800 words.
Essays should be written in Times New Roman, 12-point font, with 1-inch margins, in a Word document.
· The evidence for your essay in Part 1 must come from Coming of Age in Mississippi.
You must provide citations when quoting specific information. Use the following in-text citation format:
(Moody, Coming of Age, X)
Each essay must include a MINIMUM of 5 citations as evidence.
You must put evidence and course material into your YOUR OWN WORDS. You should avoid using long direct quotes, unless absolutely necessary.
No bibliography is necessary.
· You CANNOT use outside materials, including information from the Internet. The goal is to show that you can utilize course materials in order to make a cohesive argument. Anything copied from the Internet will result in a mark of ‘zero’ on the exam and disciplinary action. Plagiarism is the act, intentional or unintentional, of using other people’s words, evidence, or ideas as your own. This trend in part results from the ready availability of papers and resources on the internet. The university, college, department, and I expect you to write your own papers and to provide full and accurate citations for any specific ideas or language—words, phrases, sentences—that you take from class materials. Severe penalties may result from a violation of the university’s plagiarism policies. ALL EXAMS WILL BE RUN THROUGH THE PLAGIARISM SOFTWARE, TURNITIN!!!
Part 1: Answer ONE of the following Questions:
1. Write an essay the identifies the three most important events in Anne Moody’s early life (before she attended college) that taught her about racial difference and discrimination. Why were these events important, and what do they tell us about race relations in the rural South during the 1940s and 1950s?
2. Anne Moody’s experiences reflected a key shift that shaped the Civil Rights movement during the 1950s: namely, young people became more involved in the movement. According to Moody’s autobiography, why did young people begin to demand change during this period, and how did their involvement transform the movement? Provide three specific examples to prove your argument.
3. Autobiographies provide important insight into the impacts that particular people have on an individual’s life. Write an essay that identifies the three most important people who shaped Moody’s understandings of race in the rural South during the mid-20th century. How did Moody’s interactions with them shape her understanding of racial hierarchies, and what impact did these interactions have on Moody?
4. Poverty is a key theme in Coming of Age in Mississippi. How did poverty shape Moody’s life? How did issues of class inequality shape her experience as a young, African American woman living in the rural South? Provide three specific examples to prove your argument.
Note: You can choose any of the four questions to write the essay about, including all the intsructions from the top. I’m mostly concerned about the citing. It has to be from The Coming of Age in Mississippi Book, but all the specific intsructions at the top is exactly what my professor wants. The deadline is tomorrow by 10:30pm, but I would like it a bit earlier for revision. Thank you so much for doing this during the cramped time I had during finals week!
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