1. After re-reading your selected article, write a 3-4 sentence overview of the work, briefly describing main points and your thoughts about the writing. Include the author’s name and title of the article in this overview. These sentences will be part of your Introduction.
2. In Assignment 1: Writing Plan, you wrote a claim* to be addressed in your analysis essay. The claim should again clearly state what you believe is the author’s goal in his or her article, your reaction to this goal (e.g., do you agree or disagree?), and why you had this reaction. After re-reading and re-evaluating the article, do you want to change your claim? If so, re-write your claim in the textbox below. If you are still happy with your original claim, enter it again in the textbox.
( After working his summer vacation’s as a temp in the factories around his hometown Braaksma saw what his life could be and wanted better out of it. “Factory life has shown me what my future might have been like had I never gone to college in the first place”) That is my original claim
( my first supporting point is ” The value of education”)
evidence* to support this first key point. The evidence should be a direct
quote* from the article, a
summary* of a section of the article, or a
paraphrased* section of the article. Include the evidence in the textbox.
( my second key point is “hard work at the factory)
7. Now look for specific evidence to support this second key point. The evidence should be a direct quote from the article, a summary of a section of the article, or a paraphrased section of the article. Include the evidence in the textbox. (Remember to put quotation marks around direct quotes.)