Please follow all the requirements in the files.
the theory is postcolonialism
two texts (poems) are Still I Rise and The History Lesson
Select ONE of the following questions.
In a structured essay containing an introduction, thesis statement, body with evidence and conclusion please discuss at least Two texts from the course. These texts can be poems, short story excerpts, films, media, novels or theoretical readings.
Your essay response must effectively synthesize and analyze the two texts in relation to each other. This means you might discuss the similarities in relation to the topic in question, or the differences or both. You may discuss each text individually or write about one and then the other but your argument should somehow connect the two works in a larger context.
Your essay must have a clear thesis and use concrete evidence from the texts (quotation, characters, settings, terms, plots etc) to prove it.
(Hint this section is out of 25 points. Each paragraph should count for approximately five points. How many paragraphs do you need?)
Option 1: Many of our course texts have explored themes of past and present. Select two texts we have studied and explain how their authors present and interpret this theme-what is its significance? How do the past and present relate, differ or shape events and world views?
Option 2: In this course we have studied a number of literary theories, all of which have acted as “lenses” through which we can read and understand texts. Select ONE theory and explain how TWO texts we have studied can be “read” through this lens. How do these texts demonstrate specific elements of this literary theory?
Option 3: Across all 5 units and the many texts we have examined, the notion of “stories” has been a significant concept. Specifically, many writers and media producers have taken up the notion of “single stories” in their work. Explain what this concept means by examining two TWO texts we have studied. How do they demonstrate or challenge a “single story”? Discuss related terms/concepts relevant to understanding single stories.
Thinking – /10
Topic is well-selected and interesting
Thesis is valid, focussed, clear and interesting—presents a unique point of view, rather than a statement of fact, topic, or opinion
Arguments are supported with textual examples as evidence, from two texts.
Points of evidence are clear, valid, explained, and insightful—argument addresses topic fully; evidence shows thoughtful interpretation
Communication – /5
Introduction engages the reader—uses essay opening
Introduction gradually introduces thesis—explicitly stated or implied, but clear to the reader regardless
Organization of essay is logical and effective—unity and structure is maintained throughout
Paragraphs contain a topic sentence, a main idea supported by evidence and interpretation, and a concluding sentence
Writing is clear and coherent throughout
Conclusion effectively emphasizes ideas and extends/broadens analysis
Diction is descriptive and interesting, but appropriate for the audience (academic)
Sentence structure is varied and used for emphasis; use of active verbs
Figurative language and literary devices add depth and interest to the essay, help enhance the argument
Writing is free of mechanical errors/errors in conventions (spelling, grammar, punctuation); evidence of proofreading and revising
Application – /5
Thesis is fully explored, and evidence is thoroughly discussed in accordance with the essay form
Analysis is insightful and highly critical—reveals and extends important ideas from the texts; goes beyond narrative re-telling
Analysis of the texts goes beyond discussions from lessons—demonstrated of application of skills to new contexts
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