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Is this an essay question or a plot / summary question?
some one proof read this for me please? - where there are ** ** that part is supposed to be bold lettering. Want to read a book with humor, tragedy and summer romance? You should check out the book, “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee. In this story the narrator, **Jean Louise Finch, also known as scout, goes through several very important changes. Throughout the course of the book Scout becomes more mature, she learns that childhood ends, and people act upon their anger and let go of all common sense. **
Could you give me a prompt at all? Could you tell me what you need to do? Additionally, the bold area needs to captialize the word "Scout", because it is a name.
In addition, that last sentence is a run on setence.
this is what my teacher said - "Successfully demonstrate how Scout has changed throughout the novel Include an intro that ends in your bolded thesis, at least 3 body paragraphs that each name and describe one way she has changed, and a conclusion where your thesis is restated and points are “summed up” " and okay i will make those changes
also, this is just the introduction, i haven't written anything else yet, i just started.
oh! okay. could you tell me what your grade level is, for reference, (so that I don't look at this like a college essay).
Honors English 9
I assume this is an essay for a teacher right. it's not going into an article for fun?
You are correct, it's for my teacher. And she is very meticulous about punctuation and grammar and everything, since I'm in honors.
so i notice a lot of summary within what you wrote.
Is that good??
In the introductory paragraph, the thesis should introduce some sort of argument, a debatable claim that can be supported and refuted with evidence.
Right now, I'd focus in on that thesis statement, and refining it so that the thesis is an actual argument.
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/588/01/ Here's a resource that explains what TYPES of claims that you can make.
So ask yourself, what is change? How can do define change? Is change worth anything to Scout?
Okay thanks you!
alrighty, if you need help, i'll be here for another 50 some minutes.
Okay thank you again (:
Most english teachers dont like when "you" is addressed, so maybe change the first sentence to address the nature of the book. It's easily changeable.
Thanks! :) @Jakeaustin