“Why Read Shakespeare?”- pages 203-207
“The Tragedy of Macbeth”- pages 213-289
“On Tragedy” by Aristotle-handout
Make sure you:
· Included a thesis statement
· Engage readers with an interesting observation, quotation, or detail
· Organize central ideas in a logically structured body that clearly develops the thesis
· Use domain-specific vocabulary and logical transitions to clarify and connect ideas
· Include evidence from text to illustrate central ideas
· Have a concluding section that follows logically from the body of the essay and sums up the central ideas of the analysis.
o An interesting title.
o 12pt font
o Times new roman
o Double spaced
Introduction: First Paragraph
o An attention grabber (reminder-third person)
o Introduction to the play Macbeth in the introduction.
o Is Macbeth italicized?
o Do you mention William Shakespeare?
o Do you give a brief (2-3) sentence summary of the play in the introduction?
o Thesis at END of introduction paragraph.
o Does it answer the prompt?
o Is it a roadmap to your paper?
o First sentence is a topic sentence (A in Aces).
o Does it lead back to the thesis and still answer your prompt?
o EVIDENCE (C in Aces).
o Is there evidence?
o Is it introduced (quote sandwich)
o Is it CITED?
§ For this play just put act and scene number at the end. Example: (4.1)
§ Is your period at the end of your parenthesis?
o Explanation of evidence (E in Aces).
o Do you explain the evidence?
o Do you talk about the significance in relation to your thesis?
o Is it longer than your quote?
o Final summary statement or clincher (S in Aces).
o Does your paragraph end clearly?
o Does it lead back to topic sentence AND thesis statement?
o Full paragraph (at least five sentence).
o Transition making it clear it is the final paragraph.
o Restated major points.
o Restated thesis (in new words).
o Final Summary/Clincher statement (not a quote).
o Paper is in third person.
o NO “I”, “ME”, “YOU”, or “OUR”
o Punctuation is utilized correctly.
o No fragments.
o No Run-ons.
o Read paper out loud to help!
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