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Consider the importance of the story world and the circumstances individuals find themselves in.

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Analyzing “Be Right Back”. – black mirror season 2 episode 1
consider the importance of the story world and the circumstances individuals find
themselves in. How are individuals shaped by the places they find themselves in? In what sense
is the story world not quite the real world? What does the narrative ask one to think more about
regarding the role of place in our lives? How are individuals understood according to an
association with a particular place?
enter into the critical conversation by conducting research into what others have written on that narrative or on the ideas that you examine in your essay. Conduct research to find out what the critical conversation is saying. conduct research to discover what critics are discussing in order to assert why your argument matters, which is to say, why your argument is different and original than what others are saying. the essay should have an introduction, thesis, summary of published research, a clear distinguishing claim, paragraphs that follow a claim-evidence-analysis structure, a naysayer, and a conclusion. Offer an introduction that culminates in a thesis, The next paragraph(s) should enter into a critical conversation in order to offer a clear distinguishing claim that establishes the originality of your analysis, Summarize two secondary sources directly relevant to your essay and narrative, Include quotations from your secondary sources in your summary, Assess and respond to the secondary source, Offer a distinguishing claim in which you offer an original perspective. The most substantial part of the essay: over the next several paragraphs, argue your thesis by engaging with the narrative and ensuring that you follow a claim-evidence-analysis structure, Use key concepts/terms associated with the study of narratives, Plant a naysayer, Identify why your argument matters and who will be interested in it, perhaps in the conclusion.
* Each essay topic must be transformed into a thesis-based argument. These topics do not
yet articulate a thesis.
*Include two secondary sources and use them to establish a clear sense of what others have said
about your narrative or topic in order to identify the originality of your research.
*Your essay should have an introduction, thesis, summary of published research, a clear
distinguishing claim, paragraphs that follow a claim-evidence-analysis structure, a naysayer, and
a conclusion. Develop your own introduction and thesis before you enter into a critical
conversation with what “they say” and distinguish your own position by highlighting what is
new and different in your analysis.
Your assignment should do the following:
– Offer an introduction that culminates in a thesis (“Narrative Does What by How” is one
useful format for constructing an effective thesis).
– The next paragraph(s) should enter into a critical conversation in order to offer a clear
distinguishing claim that establishes the originality of your analysis.
Summarize two secondary sources directly relevant to your essay and narrative
(see Part I of They Say/I Say).
Include quotations from your secondary sources in your summary (see Part I of
They Say/I Say) Assess and respond to the secondary source (see Part II of They Say/I Say)
– Offer a distinguishing claim in which you offer an original perspective (see Part II
of They Say/I Say)
– Use the templates provided by Graff and Birkenstein (see the Index of Templates
in They Say/I Say)
– The most substantial part of the essay: over the next several paragraphs, argue your thesis
(just as you did in the first essay) by engaging with the narrative and ensuring that you
follow a claim-evidence-analysis structure
– Use key concepts/terms associated with the study of narratives
– Plant a naysayer (see Part II of They Say/I Say)
– Identify why your argument matters and who will be interested in it, perhaps in the
conclusion (see Part II of They Say/I Say)
*Tried explaining all points on the criteria*

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