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Directions: Write a five paragraph essay (an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion) that addresses how the concepts we have been discussing with the…

Directions: Write a five paragraph essay (an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion) that addresses how the concepts we have been discussing with the text create a theme. Unlike an expository essay, an analytical essay cannot just state that something obvious is true and provide an example. You must use your supporting evidence (quotes) to show how something implied is true and how it affects a larger point. For the purpose of this first essay, you will choose one of the following three options as your thesis statement:
In The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, the reader learns that identity constantly develops as one grows.
In The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, the reader learns that the feeling of being included influences one’s identity.
In The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, the reader learns that feeling empowered is difficult, but becomes easier with a support system.
Format and Structure:Introduction = A hook that focuses on the idea of the first concept of focus mentioned in your chosen thesis statement. You then address the purpose of that concept. Then end with the given thesis statement.
Body Paragraph 1 = You address one reason the thesis statement is true and seen in the text how identity is developed, or how feeling included influences identity, or how feeling empowered is difficult but easier with a support system. This response to the thesis is known as your topic sentence. This focuses on the how. You need to include a quote with a proper MLA citation, and your analysis focuses on how the quote you provided proves the reasoning and ideas addressed in the topic sentence. The analysis in the paragraph will focus on how the concept is seen and the impact of it in the text. Basically, you are proving how the thesis statement is true in the quote you provided.
Body Paragraph 2 = Same as paragraph one, except it focuses on a different reasoning and different quote to show why the thesis statement is true.
Body Paragraph 3 = Same as paragraph one, except it focuses on a different reasoning and different quote to show why the thesis statement is true.
Conclusion = Start with a rephrased version of the thesis statement, which can be broken into two sentences. Then, summarize the main ideas from your body paragraphs in 2-3 sentences. Lastly, end with addressing the importance of know this — how it can be applied to society or why the reader should care about the concepts in the thesis statement.

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