Introduction that starts with an engaging “attention grabber” and ends with an i

Introduction that starts with an engaging “attention grabber” and ends with an intriguing, argumentative and assertive thesis statement (claim and rationale).
Proper construction and development of paragraphs that begin with solid topic sentences and end with smooth transitions.
All paragraphs should be NO LESS than EIGHT sentences and be balanced.
When including textual evidence within the body paragraphs, students will need to execute the Triple I Method OR the Five Steps of Quoting.
Textual Evidence Requirements and Limitations (READ CAREFULLY)
Textual Evidence SUPORTS, PROVES AND ILLUSTRATES the Argument.
Things We Lost from the Fire: Stories by Mariana Enriquez
Choose TWO stories from the following list: “The Dirty Kid”, “The Inn”, “The Intoxicated Years”, “Adela’s House”, “An Invocation of the Big-Eared Runt” and “Spiderweb”
Use TWO “in-text” quotes (3-4 lines) per chosen story.
AND
Choose TWO stories from the following list: “End of Term”, “No Flesh over Our Bones”, “The Neighbor’s Courtyard”, “Under the Black Water”, “Green Red Orange” and “Things We Lost in the Fire”
Use TWO “in-text” quotes (3-4 lines) per chosen story.
Within the essay, I should see EIGHT parenthetical citations with Enriquez. Ex. (Enriquez 112)
AND
The Route of Ice and Salt by José Luis Zárate
Use FIVE “in-text” quotes (3-4 lines) from the novella with the essay.
Within the essay, I should see FIVE parenthetical citations with Zárate. Ex. (Zárate 112)
AND
FOUR SECONDARY SOURCES – ONE “in-text” quote (4 complete lines) per source. The secondary sources utilized for the essay MUST BE scholarly journal articles, and ideally, the sources used for the Annotated Bibliography.
Thoughtful conclusion that emphasizes an important point that you could not elaborate on enough as a full body paragraph, but that you want to leave your reader to think about.

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