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Essay Writing. For Area of Study. THE CRITERIA. Analyse Identify components and the relationships between them, draw out and relate the implications Ideas of the text Techniques & Structure Explain the effect on meaning in relation to AOS. Explain. Relate cause and effect

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essay writing

Essay Writing

For Area of Study

the criteria
THE CRITERIA
  • Analyse
    • Identify components and the relationships between them, draw out and relate the implications

Ideas of the text Techniques & Structure

Explain the effect on meaning in relation to AOS

explain
Explain
  • Relate cause and effect
  • Make relationships between things evident – use connective devices (in handout)
  • Provide the why and how
  • PRETEND THE READER KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT THE TEXT AND YOU ARE TEACHING THEM!
assess
Assess

Make a judgement of value or quality

Show the relationship to the concept

  • Answer the “So What?” question
must do s for an essay
Must Do’s for an essay
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the concept by answering the question and supporting it with your thesis
  • Have a clear line of argument
  • Establish a viewpoint
  • Have a sustained response
  • Synthesise your discussion

To do this you must have a thesis that is maintained through your essay!

the thesis
The Thesis
  • Develop a number of theses on the Area of Study:
        • Your thoughts on the topic
        • How it relates to your text
        • Create mind maps with links to your ideas
        • A couple of sentences summarising your position
        • Base it on a particular aspect of your Area of Study
identity
Identity
  • Home is often referred to as ‘where the heart is’. With its assurance of security, shared values and unconditional acceptance, ‘home’ transcends the physical boundaries of place to represent a metaphysical and emotional sense of identity.
acceptance
Acceptance
  • An individual’s quest for acceptance is inextricably linked to the development of self as what allows us to truly belong is the ability to be free to be ourselves. This can mean that the individual risks going against the grain “alienating” themselves in order to belong.
experiences
Experiences
  • Connection to place evokes an emotional attachment through shared experience, cultural significance and a sense of heritage. Our search for who we are is fuelled by a need to find a place in the world where we belong.
aspects of belonging please add to this list
Aspects of Belonging (please add to this list)
  • Place
  • Emotions
  • Identity
  • Experiences
  • Acceptance/Non acceptance
  • Social
  • Religious/Spiritual
  • Heroism
how the thesis becomes the introduction
How the thesis becomes the Introduction
  • Your thesis is adapted and integrated with the keywords and concepts of the question.
  • This argument for/against the question can be supported with references to the general concepts of the texts studied. Two or three main points can be referred to.
  • Techniques do not necessarily have to be mentioned
here s a question make your thesis and introduction
Here’s a question, make your thesis and introduction!
  • People, places and emotions make us feel alienated. How does this occur in your texts?
  • “You may shoot me with your words,You may cut me with your eyes,You may kill me with your hatefulness,But still, like air, I'll rise.”

Alienation can cause us to become stronger through identification with others who are alienated. Discuss how this occurs in your texts.

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Body
  • Put your ideas in order of importance.
  • Choose the best examples
  • Explain how it supports your idea
  • Analyse how the composer creates meaning (techniques)
  • Integrate supporting quotes
  • Demonstrate the relationship to your thesis/question
points of comparison
Points of Comparison
  • Characters
  • Perspectives
  • Purpose of the text
  • Ideas
  • Techniques
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Do not repeat your introduction
  • Demonstrate the importance of your thesis
  • Do not say “In conclusion”
tips for success
Tips for Success
  • Use topic sentences
  • Use the correct terms for techniques – don’t guess!
  • Differ your sentences
  • Be definite! Do not say “possibly” or “could”
  • Use the Author’s last name
  • AVOID SUPERFICIAL LIMITED TEXTS