1.THE BIG BAD WOLF THE THESIS THE THESIS

1.THE BIG BAD WOLF THE THESIS THE THESIS

1.THE BIG BAD WOLF THE THESIS THE THESIS Does anyone want to know the secret to writing a thesis? Answer the question! THE THESIS Is there a good way to answer the

question? YES! No first or second person POV- just say it I, me, we, our, you, your Be detailed, yet clear and concise. Answer the question in ONE SENTENCE. Make sure to TAG (title/author/genre) it if you are writing about literature! THE THESIS In his short story The Banana Tree, James Berry uses indirect characterization to depict ________ and ____________. Your thesis statement should

address the prompt and must be TAGged (Title, Author, Genre). THE THESIS Topic Sentenc es Berry In his short story The Banana Tree, James uses indirect characterization to depict _Mr. Bass_ and _Gustus__. Apply the prompt to each character Body paragraph 1 will THE THESIS

Topic Sentenc Example analyzing Mr. Bass: es Mr. Bass, a character in James Berrys short story The Banana Tree, is caring and strong. Now lets practice with Gustus Write a topic sentence (answer) to this prompt: Transitions Link your ideas and paragraphs with transition words/phrases Example transitions: For example, For instance,

Consequently, Thus, In summary, Because of this, As a result, Hence, Therefore, Jane Schaffer Paragraph (abridged) TS CD CM CM

CS Topic sentence: Introduces the focus/topic of the paragraph. It must be A specific detail or quote to something that is PROVABLE, support the reason/example not a fact. need to introduce the WHAT does the detail

quote give context and cite mean? WHY is it it Explain HOW the important? detail/quote proves your reason/example from the Wrap up the paragraph by thesis showing how the Personality Trait (Adjective)

Example: Determined Quote / Supporting Detail from Text The urgency of getting across became more and more frightening, and he gritted his teeth and dug his toes into the debris, climbing with maddened determination. This is your CD Citati Explain how the quote supports on

your adjective. (Berr y PAGE ) (Berr Even though the hurricane has y 151) destroyed the bridge and has made crossing the river very dangerous, Gustus does not turn back. (CONTEXT) Covered in bruises, afraid, and exhausted, he finds the strength to push, claw, and fight his way across the river to reach his tree. His refusal to back down proves his determination. This is your CM 1 & CM 2

caring leader Mr. Bass shuffled, looking around as if he wished to back (Be Even though Mr. Bass is rry nervous and has his own 11) family to look after, he still helps with leading the townspeople in a hymn. He sacrifices his own needs for Jane Schaffer Paragraph At the start of the story, Mr. Bass is

TS CD CM CM CS depicted as a caring man. For instance, as the town prepares for the hurricane, Mr. Bass is asked to lead the group in a hymn. Mr. Bass shuffled, looking around as if he wished to back out of the suggestion. But his rich voice and singing leadership were too

famous (Berry 11). Although he has his own family to look after, Mr. Bass accepts the request to sing and pray with the townspeople. Now lets ROCK and ROAR! Thesis: In the short story The Banana Tree James Berry uses indirect characterization to depict ______________ and _____________. Topic Sentence: Gustuss decisions and actions demonstrate that he is a __(adj)_____ character.

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