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A. BACKGROUND INFO: Name your two subjects.

B. THESIS: State your purpose (to persuade or inform); if you are merely informing, declaring that intent is your thesis. If you are persuading (passing judgment), then you can have a limited thesis or a full thesis. A limited thesis declares your intent to persuade, but doesn't give away your opinion yet; that is saved for the Conclusion. A full thesis goes ahead and gives your opinion as to which subject is superior. Usually, a limited thesis at this point will help you to remain unbiased in the descriptive Main Body.

C. PREVIEW: List your standards of comparison.
II. MAIN BODY

A. FIRST SUBJECT

1. FIRST STANDARD OF COMPARISON (1st body paragraph)

a. TS (topic sentence)

b. GE (general explanation)

c. SE (specific example)

d. CS (concluding sentence)

2. SECOND STANDARD OF COMPARISON (2nd body paragraph)

a. TS


b. GE

c. SE


d. CS

3. THIRD STANDARD OF COMPARISON (3rd body paragraph)

a. TS

b. GE


c. SE

d. CS


B. SECOND SUBJECT

1. FIRST STANDARD OF COMPARISON (4th body paragraph)

a. TS

b. GE


c. SE

d. CS


2. SECOND STANDARD OF COMPARISON (5th body paragraph)

a. TS


b. GE

c. SE


d. CS

3. THIRD STANDARD OF COMPARISON (6th body paragraph)

a. TS

b. GE


c. SE

d. CS


III. CONCLUSION

A. BOTH SUBJECTS--FIRST STANDARD OF COMPARISON

B. BOTH SUBJECTS--SECOND STANDARD OF COMPARISON

C. BOTH SUBJECTS--THIRD STANDARD OF COMPARISON

D. RESTATEMENT OR EXPANSION OF THESIS








OR

Standard by Standard Approach


I. INTRODUCTION

A. BACKGROUND INFO: Name your two subjects.

B. THESIS: State your purpose (to persuade or inform); if you are merely informing, declaring that intent is your thesis. If you are persuading (passing judgment), then you can have a limited thesis or a full thesis. A limited thesis declares your intent to persuade, but doesn't give away your opinion yet; that is saved for the Conclusion. A full thesis goes ahead and gives your opinion as to which subject is superior.
C. PREVIEW: List your standards of comparison.

II. MAIN BODY

A. FIRST STANDARD OF COMPARISON

1. FIRST SUBJECT (1st body paragraph)

a. TS

b. GE


c. SE

d. CS


2. SECOND SUBJECT (2nd body paragraph)

a. TS


b. GE

c. SE


d. CS

B. SECOND STANDARD OF COMPARISON

1. FIRST SUBJECT (3rd body paragraph)

a. TS


b. GE

c. SE


d. CS

2. SECOND SUBJECT (4th body paragraph)

a. TS

b. GE


c. SE

d. CS


C. THIRD STANDARD OF COMPARISON

1. FIRST SUBJECT (5th body paragraph)

a. TS

b. GE


c. SE

d. CS


2. SECOND SUBJECT (6th body paragraph)

a. TS


b. GE

c. SE


d. CS

III. CONCLUSION

A. BOTH SUBJECTS--FIRST STANDARD OF COMPARISON

B. BOTH SUBJECTS--SECOND STANDARD OF COMPARISON

C. BOTH SUBJECTS--THIRD STANDARD OF COMPARISON

D. RESTATEMENT OR EXPANSION OF THESIS



Grading:

  • Clear and well written thesis statement

  • Clear and well thought out standard of comparison based on epic notes

  • Clearly explained examples and quotes from the texts, that show off your knowledge of the text as well as the elements and structure of a classic epic. CEIC body paragraphs

  • Well written conclusion

  • Obvious organization (standard-standard or subject-subject)

  • Formal language choices

  • Typed or super neat (double spaced)




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