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i have an essay about the book "native son" in the part one only "book one, fear"  

the topic about "negative people" in the book 

the essay in 5 paragraph introduction, three bodies and conclusion.  

the style is down i need it same as the style 

also the like for the book  is down 

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Name: October 5, 2016 PLANNING PAGE 1. General Topic: _________________________________________________________________ 2. Narrowed / Restricted Topic: ______________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Three Points Related to the Narrowed Topic: ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Clustering: Put the narrowed topic and three points in a graphic drawing. Use a separate sheet of paper. This graphic drawing is also called “mapping” or “webbing”. 5. Thesis Statement: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6. Sketch/Topic Outline: Write your main ideas and supporting details in the appropriate spaces. Adjust the sketch outline as needed. Do not write complete sentences in this topic outline. You will construct a sentence outline later. Remember: If you have A, you must have B, at least. You may go on to C, D, E, and beyond. The same applies to the numbers. If you have 1, you must have 2. I. ______________________________________________ A.__________________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ B._________________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ C. _______________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ II. _________________________________________________________ A._______________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ B._________________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ C. _______________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ III. ________________________________________________________ A.___________________________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ B._________________________________________ 1.______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ C. _______________________________________ GRADING CHART FOR ESSAYS CONTENT SECTION: 64 Points EXCELLENT (4 points) GOOD (3 points) FAIR (2 points) P00R (1 point) MISSING (0 points) a. Outline (title, form, indentation, sentence form) b. Planning Page (completeness) c. Essay’s Title (centered, appropriate) d. Organization (paragraph format) e. Introduction f. Thesis Statement g. Consistency with Outline h. Topic Sentences i. Development of Ideas j. Unity k. Coherence l. Logical Thinking m. Order of Movement n. Transitional Phrases/Devices o. Supporting Sentences (clear, varied) p. Conclusion TOTALS GRAMMAR SECTION: 36 Points Number of Errors X 3 Points Total Points Subtracted 1.Subject-Verb Disagreement 2. Misuse of Verbs 3. Unnecessary Shift in Tense 4. Fragments 5. Fused Sentences 6. Comma Splices 7. Vague or Unclear Pronoun 8. Pronoun-Antecedent Disagreement 9. Wrong Relative Pronoun 10. Misspelling of Common Words 11. Dangling Modifiers 12. Faulty Parallelism TOTALS FINAL GRADE Justanne A. Student Professor Thomas English 101.020 October 5, 2016 Title of Essay Introduction     The introduction attracts the reader’s interest. Begin your essay with a question, a quote, an anecdote, or a startling statement or statistic. Follow with a general sentence that connects the question, quote, or anecdote to the topic. Add background information, a definition, or any other pertinent information in several sentences that funnel down to a workable thesis statement. Write the thesis statement. The thesis statement is placed at the END of the introductory paragraph. The thesis statement is ONE sentence that controls the entire essay. It lets the reader know the points you will cover in your supporting paragraphs. The points are presented in the order in which they will be developed in the paper. First Body Paragraph       Begin the paragraph with a transitional word or transitional phrase and a topic sentence. The topic sentence advances the first supporting point for the thesis, and the specific evidence in the rest of the paragraph develops that first point. State one of the major details to support the topic sentence. Elaborate by adding textual support or evidence (This may be several sentences.) State another major detail that supports the topic sentence. Elaborate by adding textual support or evidence (This may be several sentences.) Add a clincher sentence or a transitional sentence which concludes this topic and connects this paragraph to the next. Second Body Paragraph    Begin the paragraph with a transitional word or transitional phrase, and write a topic sentence that contains your second point. State one major detail to support the topic sentence. Elaborate by adding textual support or evidence (This may be several sentences.)    State another major detail that supports the topic sentence. Elaborate by adding textual support or evidence (This may be several sentences.) Add a clincher sentence or a transitional sentence which concludes this topic and connects this paragraph to the next. Third Body Paragraph       Begin the paragraph with a transitional word or transitional phrase, and write a topic sentence that contains your third point. State one major detail to support the topic sentence. Elaborate by adding textual support or evidence (This may be several sentences.) State another major detail that supports the topic sentence. Elaborate by adding textual support or evidence (This may be several sentences.) Add a clincher sentence. Conclusion   Write a general summary. A summary is a brief restatement of the thesis and its main points. Write a conclusion. A conclusion is a final thought or two stemming from the subject of the essay. The conclusion will make a universal appeal or a call to action, as appropriate. (The conclusion may be expressed in more than one sentence.) Remember: Every paragraph is indented about ½ inch from the left margin. As you write your paper, refer to the GRADING CHART FOR ESSAYS (the rubric) to see how your paper will be evaluated. ...
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Running head: ANALYZING PESSIMISM IN THE NATIVE SON

ANALYZING NEGATIVITY IN PEOPLE IN THE BOOK NATIVE SON

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INSTITUTION AFFILIATION

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NEGATIVITY

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Outline


Introduction



Examining the negativity in the mother



Unintended consequences of negativity



Irrationality of the negativity



Conclusion

The part on Fear in the book Native Son is one that offers plenty lessons on negativity in people;
summarily known as pessimists. Negativity refers to people who do not see any positive despite
signs that they need to smile as things could get better. Negativity refers to a situation where
people do not see the silver lining yet the cloud presents them with an opportunity to do that.
They simply choose over and over again not to see the positive in any situation and are quick to
point out the bad in any situation, object or person.
The mother is the head of the family which is written about in the family. There are known
societal stigmatizations and challenges of single motherhood. The family offers such an excellent
on these challenges; especially with the African American families (Wasserman, 2006). It is
hilarious that the mother is the first person to spot the black rat described in the story yet instead
of taking charge of the situation, she unnecessarily creates tension to her siblings. This just
highlights that negative people are full of paranoia and tend to create storm out of a tea cup. The
mother could have simply been calmer instead of displaying her fear when alerted of the rat. It
leaves a lot to be imagined on how she approached other graveous issues aff...

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