Scholars.  Essay one will be due on Saturday, February 16th by 5pm.   Among th

Scholars. 
Essay one will be due on Saturday, February 16th by 5pm.  

Among themany major issues the authors address are the meaning of life/ existence, women’s rights, social conduct/manners, and the separation of church and state.

Start to formulate an argument about ideas you find interesting.  Remember: an argument has at least two sides and is debatable.  A person’s opinion can be an argument, but your opinion MUST BE rooted in some evidence in your selected texts. 
Title: Reflect essay theme
Introduction: Contains an argument
Work Cited: At least one primary source and 2 secondary sources

* Paper must be 10-12 font
*THe Modern Lanuauge Association (MLA) format must be used
*Essay graded rubric content (thesis, organization, development, use of sources, and originality)

Scholars.  Essay one will be due on Saturday, February 16th by 5pm.   Among th

Scholars. 
Essay one will be due on Saturday, February 16th by 5pm.  

Among themany major issues the authors address are the meaning of life/ existence, women’s rights, social conduct/manners, and the separation of church and state.

Start to formulate an argument about ideas you find interesting.  Remember: an argument has at least two sides and is debatable.  A person’s opinion can be an argument, but your opinion MUST BE rooted in some evidence in your selected texts. 
Title: Reflect essay theme
Introduction: Contains an argument
Work Cited: At least one primary source and 2 secondary sources

* Paper must be 10-12 font
*THe Modern Lanuauge Association (MLA) format must be used
*Essay graded rubric content (thesis, organization, development, use of sources, and originality)

Write two full (5-6 sentences each) paragraphs as described below:Paragraph 1: A

Write two full (5-6 sentences each) paragraphs as described below:Paragraph 1: As you finish Modern World Literature, your favorite story  (“The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson) discuss in a paragraph. Use your biographical notes from this module, your text, or the Internet to look up facts about  “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson.  Think about the following questions as you make your selection:Paragraph 2: In 5-6 sentences, summarize your ideas and experiences with what you have read and watched (the films) in this course. For example:You may include commentary on the novel in this section as well as that fits both post-modernism and the mystery genre categories