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Essay Issues LA issues ‘17 format
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Introduction Abide by intro cue card. Thesis must follow requirements No more than two sentences. Must address the theme (revolutions). Must have the date. Must have the groupings -> order you are writing. Must make sense and address the prompt. Take a stand.
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Introduction/Conclusion Must be at least 5 sentences in length.
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Groupings Must address the prompt. Restate in first sentence of body paragraph (can’t double dip points on rubric). Use words like corroborate, defend, refute etc. Stay married to the thesis.
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Missing Voice/Contextualization The missing voice/contexualization should be addressed for the grouping, not the specific documents individually. End of body paragraph. 1 per grouping Introduce new information and region
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Missing Voice/Contextualization Needs to be more specific Example: A missing voice that would further prove that the Haitian Revolution was a global revolution would be a document from Miguel Hidalgo. Hidalgo was the initial leader of Mexican independence…. A
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