T.A. Assignment Sheet 2 (Spr 10)

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Major Assignment #2- The Textual Analysis  Due Dates: See the course calendar for all due dates.   Assignment:  Write a 6+ page formal, thesis-driven argument in MLA format on  how  (using what rhetorical or literary techniques and  why ),  and  how well , the author accomplishes his/her aims in one of the book sections, essays, or short stories below—beginning  your paper with a first paragraph that (1) summarizes the work’s arguments/themes in 3-5 sentences and (2) includes your  clear thesis.  IMPORTANT NOTE: I will only accept your second draft if… -it is stapled, -you have typed (not handwritten afterward!) page numbers in the upper right hand corner, -you have written your name in only one place—on the back of the last page, near the bottom in small letters, Acceptable Sections from Everything Bad is Good for You : -“Games,” pages 17-62 -“Television,” pages 62-116 -“The Internet” and “Film,” pages 116-136  -“Part II,” pages 137-199 -or, if you dare, the book as a whole   Eighteen Acceptable Texts from the Course Packet: -from section A: #’s 21 or 39 -from section B: #’s 10, 30, 33, 47, 49, 54, 72, or 73 -from section C: # 2 -from section D: #3/4/5 together, 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, or 11   
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