Create an outline for the Analysis of a Film paper.
2. Create an short outline for the Analysis of a Film paper.
The outline must contain the following:
a full working thesis statement for your paper located in the introduction (1-3 sentences) — or, where the introduction will be. (I do not expect the introduction or any other paragraph to be fully written. )
The thesis should directly answer either topic 1 or topic 2 of the Analysis of a Film paper.
If you need help with Thesis statements, click here: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/academic_writing/establishing_arguments/index.html (Links to an external site.)
one sentence for each body paragraph or main point you plan on including (shoot for 2 – 4 points). This will help me understand your argument.
You can use any organizational style that fits your argument. However, if you are stuck, try a compare and contrast organization to begin with and see if you like it. For more info on organization, click here: faculty.washington.edu/ezent/impo.htm (Links to an external site.)
If you need help with how to create an outline, click here:
owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/the_writing_process/developing_an_outline/index.html (Links to an external site.)
*There are three pages about outlines on this website, so make sure to check the left navigation bar to view them all.
a bibliographic citation for each of your sources. Please follow either MLA or APA format. Essentially, this is a practice run for your Works Cited or Reference page. These three citations can be included at the end of your outline on the same page. You should have two movie citations and one citation for an article I provided (authored by Postrel or Denby). Click here to learn how to cite the sources properly. ( I give you the pattern)
Submit the outline as a Word document to the Outline Assignment with in Canvas.
Length: At least two pages in length, NOT counting the Works Cited/References page. No cover page is required.
Readings: Prior to writing this essay, you need to have read the following articles:
Virginia Postrel’s “Superhero Worship”
David Denby’s “High-School Confidential: Notes on Teen Movies”
Essay Prompt: For this essay, two topics are available. You only choose one. Then, write your paper on that particular topic. Both of these topics deal with films, and you will need to watch two films of your choice (of the correct genre) that will then be used in your paper. Please avoid first and second person pronouns whenever possible.
TOPIC ONE: SUPERHEROES: Read Virginia Postrel’s “Superhero Worship,”and then write an essay, using Postrel’s definition of superhero as a critical framework, in which you analyze glamour in two Hollywood superhero films. Be sure to address whether or not you agree with Postrel’s understanding of glamour. Provide specific examples (characters, scenes, images, etc.) from two films to support your argument.
TOPIC TWO: TEEN FILMS: Read David Denby’s “High-School Confidential: Notes on Teen Movies.” Then, write an essay in which you debate the validity of Denby’s claim that the enemy in teen films is not “authority,” but rather “other teens and the social system that they impose on one another” (398). Please, provide specific examples (characters, scenes, images, etc.) from two films to support your argument.
Sources: You will need to make use of three sources for this essay. One source will be either Postrel OR Denby (depending on which paper topic you choose). The other sources must be two films of your choice (either superhero or high school related films). Remember to use correct MLA/APA citations for these sources.
How to use ICE to create in-text citations (PPT) – Click Here
How to cite a movie – Click Here
How to cite the articles by Denby and Postrel – Click Here
Create an outline for the Analysis of a Film paper. 2. Create an short outline f
Create an outline for the Analysis of a Film paper.
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