What do you think the most significant factor was in both boys going in separate paths in life? In other words, why do you think the other Wes ended up in prison while the author ended up a Rhodes Scholar?

Answer the question in a succinct thesis (which will go in your intro) and support your thesis with clearly organized paragraphs which include examples from the novel. Additionally, use AT LEAST 1 OF OUR UNIT READINGS (Powell, Dweck, Dobbs, Duckworth, Alexander, HONY: Inmates website) to supplement your interpretation and analysis of the novel in your response. The in-class reading will help you to provide evidence for specific claims you make in your body paragraphs about the novel.

4-6 pages. MLA format. 12-point font, Times New Roman. Works Cited Page A creative title that hints at the subject matter. Concrete evidence properly cited and integrated. Indicate a clear focus in a well-written thesis statement and stay focused throughout the essay. Organizing Principle. Introduction, body, and conclusion. **KEY: Fully developed analysis of how the evidence supports each topic sentence and overall thesis statement. **KEY: Successfully includes discussion from our in-class reading in an insightful and thoughtful way Include a conclusion which comments on why your argument is significant— what difference it might make to readers Implements proper stylistic conventions to include: sentence variation, collegelevel vocabulary, target audience, complex sentence structure. Write the paper as if addressing a scholarly audience. Demonstrates thoughtful revision and editing/proofreading

I just would need a sources page in mla 7 format

READINGS (Powell, Dweck, Dobbs, Duckworth, Alexander, HONY: Inmates website)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LCahc34hugQA3p…

(Dobbs)

https://www.nais.org/magazine/independent-school/w…

(dweck’)

https://www.ted.com/talks/colin_powell_kids_need_s…

(powell)

 

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