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Framework for An Exploratory Paper Essay Paper
Point of View: Third person (Do not use “you” or “we” or “I” or “your.”
Title for your paper
|Introduction (5-8 sentences)
|Begins with a relevant sentence that leads to the thesis statement. It is not some generic or dawn of man opening
Establishes the subject, the issue—framed as a question, the exigence (What happened to cause this argument? Why is it perceived as a defect or problem? Is it new or recurring? The issue, problem, or situation that causes or prompts someone to write or speak).
Presents relevant background information: the types of sources, the perspectives
· Ends with the thesis statement: Keep it brief, but include the number of sources and the fact they represent three distinct perspectives on the issue
|Body Paragraph 1—6-10 Sentences
All body paragraphs should follow—
M-main point of the paragraph
[context] 1-2 sentences that will logically lead the reader to the evidence
E-evidence—reasons to support the main point
A-analysis/tag lines that explain how the source (evidence) supports the topic sentence
L—linking sentence that transitions to the next paragraph
|M= Topic sentence that introduces the first source: first and last name of the writer and their perspective
[Context]—1-2 sentences that narrows the topic sentence and leads logically to the summary of the source. Explains why the source is selected.
Summary: Include a 2-3 sentence summary. USE A SIGNAL PHRASE TO INTRODUCE THE SOURCE: Include the writer’s full name, a verb, and their thesis statement –of course in your own words. Then include only the main points—these are the reasons the writer uses to support his/her thesis statement. IMPORTANT: CITE THE SUMMARY—when the summary is completed—CITE IT (“shortened title”). Follow this with the analysis/tag line(s) that explains how the source supports the thesis statement and then prepare the reader for your specific example.
Evidence: After the summary you want to include at least one example from the writer’s article that clearly SHOWS how the writer supports his/her perspective. ALWAYS USE A SIGNAL PHRASE TO INTRODUCE THE SOURCE. Follow the quote with a parenthetical reference ( ). Follow this with a tag line/ANALYSIS that explains how the source supports your claim in the topic sentence: the perspective.
· END WITH A LINKING SENTENCE: DO NOT END WITH THE SOURCE (quote).
|Body Paragraph-2—repeats the process/form in paragraph 1
|Repeats the process with source #2.
[context]–Explains the importance of the source.
Summary—2-3 sentences—use correct MLA format for citing
Analysis of the summary—explains the source’s relevance to the issue as presented in the summary.
Evidence—incorporate direct quotes using correct MLA format.
· Linking sentence—end with a sentence that prepares the reader for the next source.
|Body Paragraph 3—repeats the process/format in paragraph 1
|Repeats the process with source #3
· CONTINUES THE PROCESS/FORMAT FROM PARAGRAPH 1
|Conclusion: 5-8 sentences
|Choose an appropriate transition that clearly indicates the essay is closed
Include the thesis statement—the answer to the issue question—in the topic sentence
Summarize each source—use 1-2 sentences for each source beginning with the first source and ending with the last source. DO NOT CLUMP THE SOURCES TOGETHER IN ONE SENTENCE.
Evaluate each source’s relevance to the issue
· End with a final remark that reinforces the relevancy of the sources to the issue.
|MLA Format/ Works Cited/Annotated bibliography
All handouts on MLA formatting on eCompanion.
ONLY THREE SOURCES
|1” margins, 12 font New Roman, heading—1/2 inch with your last name and page number in the upper right hand corner of the page.
Works Cited—centered on the page—1” margins,
Sources must be varied: newspapers, magazines, Web sites, scholarly journals
Format: alphabetical order, double-spaced within and between.
· Do not include: http://www . for web Sites. Refer to the formatting handout.
For Web sites:
Author (last name, first). “Title.” Website. domain. Sponsor, date. Web. Date you accessed the article.
Framework for An Exploratory Paper Essay Paper
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