To kill a mocking bird racial issues

Essay due May 1 @ 8 am OPEN THE OUTLINE !!! TO FOLLOW RESEARCH PAPER STRUCTURE REFER the prompt attached!!!! ENGLISH 201 Part-1 -Your final project is a research paper, which replaces a final exam and is worth 30% of your final grade. ALL THEMES CHOICES HERE ( I Would prefer FIGURATIVE RACISM ) * The topic of the research paper is one of the themes in Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird that we have discussed in class: —-˃ literal and/or figurative racism, mockingbird symbolism, Atticus Finch as radical (or pacifist), coming of age, the female voice, etc. This paper is to be no less than eight and no more than 10 pages long. Although I am not requiring footnotes, there must be in-text documentation and citations as well as a four-item (minimum) bibliography in MLA format (see handout); only one of these bibliography items may be a completely Internet source (with no published hard copy) and only one may be an interview. Your thesis statement for this paper is due May 7th, the first draft of this paper is due by May 16th for review. The final paper is due on May 21st (23rd). the outline below Title: Name of Your Paper (Not the Author’s Title) I. Introduction A. Establishing Topic Sentence: Topic (Author’s full name and Primary Source Title) + Claim (Author’s Theme or Subthemes).  Background information on author or time period or social issues or gender issues, etc. B. Summary introducing characters and issues your paper will discuss (New Paragraph)  Thesis Statement: Topic (Mockingbird) + Claim (Your Interpretation) + 3 Points (literary elements and/or other reasons for claim) [One Sentence] II. 1st Point/Subtopic 1 + Claim (Make a claim, then Quote/paraphrase evidence.) A. Subtopic 1’s 1st Detail (From claim about subtopic) 1. 1st Quote or Paraphrase from the primary source (the book) about 1st point’s 1st detail a. 1st outside source about 1st quote or paraphrase from 1st point’s 1st detail b. 2nd outside source about 1st quote or paraphrase (Maybe another primary source q/p) c. 3rd outside source about 1st quote or paraphrase from 1st point’s 1st detail (optional) 2. 2nd Quote or Paraphrase from the primary source about 1st point’s 1st detail a. 1st outside source about 2nd quote or paraphrase (Maybe another primary source q/p) b. 2nd outside source about 2nd quote or paraphrase from 1st point’s 1st detail B. Subtopic 1’s 2nd Detail (From claim about subtopic) 1. 1st Paraphrase from the primary source about 1st point’s 2nd detail a. 1st outside source about quote or paraphrase from 1st point’s 2nd detail b. 2nd outside source about quote or paraphrase from 1st point’s 2nd detail 2. 2nd Quote from the primary source about 1st point’s 2nd detail a. 1st outside source about quote or paraphrase from 1st point’s 2nd detail b. 2nd outside source about quote or paraphrase from 1st point’s 2nd detail C. Subtopic 1’s 3rd Detail (optional) III. 2nd Point/Subtopic 2 + Claim (Make a claim, then Quote/paraphrase evidence.) A. Subtopic 2’s 1st Detail (From claim about subtopic) 1. 1st Quote from the primary source (the book) about 2nd point’s 1st detail a. 1st outside source about 1st quote or paraphrase about 2nd point’s 1st detail b. 2nd outside source about 1st quote or paraphrase (Maybe another primary source q/p) 2. 2nd Quote from the primary source about 2nd point’s 1st detail a. 1st outside source about 2nd quote or paraphrase from 2nd point’s 1st detail b. 2nd outside source about 2nd quote or paraphrase from 2nd point’s 1st detail B. Subtopic 1’s 2nd Detail (From claim about subtopic) 1. 1st Paraphrase from primary source about 2nd point’s 2nd detail a. 1st outside source about quote or paraphrase from 2nd point’s 2nd detail b. 2nd outside source about quote or paraphrase from 2nd point’s 2nd detail 2. 2nd Quote from primary source about 2nd point’s 2nd detail a. 1st outside source about quote or paraphrase from 2nd point’s 2nd detail b. 2nd outside source about quote or paraphrase from 2nd point’s 2nd detail C. Subtopic 2’s 3rd or 4th Detail(s) (optional) IV. 3rd Point/Subtopic 3 + Claim (Make claim, then Quote/paraphrase evidence.) A. Subtopic 3’s 1st Detail (From claim about subtopic) 1. 1st Paraphrase from primary source (the book) about 3rd point’s 1st detail a. 1st outside source about 1st quote or paraphrase about 3rd point’s 1st detail b. 2nd outside source about 1st quote or paraphrase (May be another primary source q/p) 2. 2nd Quote from primary source about 3rd point’s 1st detail a. 1st outside source about 2nd quote or paraphrase from 3rd point’s 1st detail b. 2nd outside source about 2nd quote or paraphrase from 3rd point’s 1st detail B. Subtopic 3’s 2nd Detail (From claim about subtopic) 1. 1st Paraphrase from primary source about 3rd point’s 2nd detail a. 1st outside source about quote or paraphrase from 3rd point’s 2nd detail b. 2nd outside source about quote or paraphrase from 3rd point’s 2nd detail 2. 2nd Quote from primary source about 3rd point’s 2nd detail a. 1st outside source about quote or paraphrase from 3rd point’s 2nd detail b. 2nd outside source about quote or paraphrase from 3rd point’s 2nd detail C. Subtopic 2’s 3rd or 4th Detail(s) (optional) V. Conclusion (in any order) A. Restate original Thesis Statement (replace claim and points wording with synonyms) B. Review Points (At least one sentence per point of most important evidence) C. Refer to Primary Source (Mockingbird) D. Summary Statement: Where can the research go from here? Bibliography (at least primary + 4 outside sources in alphabetical order & MLA style) 1. The primary source (To Kill a Mockingbird) 2. Only one interview (yours or someone else’s – a published or televised interview) 3. Only one entirely Internet source (like Wikipedia or the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 4. Book or Journal “article” (articles in books count separately) 5. Magazine or Newspaper “article” REEMEMBER! When presenting 1. Make a specific CLAIM 2. Present EVIDENCE (Quote, Example, Paraphrase, etc.)  Restate or adjust claim for each new paragraph of evidence under same point) 3. Explain how evidence proves claim (at least one sentence) 4. NEVER start or end a paragraph with a quote 

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