3 sources from scholarly journals
For the introduction, begin by a sentence that grabs the reader’s attention. You could begin by giving a extraneous historical fact
about the primary text that could be relevant to the paper’s thesis. State the topic clearly in a well-written thesis sentence.
Sketch a map of the important subtopics to develop in the rest of the paper.
Organize the paragraphs around the major arguments. Make sure to provide textual evidence to support the argument. Incorporate
quotations from 3 scholarly articles with proper parenthetical citations.
Bring the paper to a logical conclusion by rounding off the argument. Restate the thesis forcefully in order to lend a sense of
closure for the paper. Be careful not to introduce any new ideas. Remember not to end abruptly.