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Week 4 Essay #4: Dynamic (Changing) Main Character

I. Introduction Paragraph
A. Introduce book, including title and author
B. Introduce essay topic (changing main character)
C. Introduce the main character
D. Introduce how the main character has changed by thinking of two
adjectives that the main character has become throughout the book
E. Transition to first body paragraph
II. First Body Paragraph
A. Introduce the main character
B. Describe the main character by including descriptions of his/her/
personality (this is NOT the place for physical descriptions)
C. Include a quote THAT IS INTRODUCED AND PUNCTUATED
CORRECTLY and relates information about who the main character is
D. Explain the quote why did you choose this quote to include?
E. Transition to second body paragraph
III. Second Body Paragraph
A. Introduce the first way that the main character has changed,
including one of the adjectives from INTRO D
B. Explain what happened in the book to make the character change
this way
C. Include a quote THAT IS INTRODUCED AND PUNCTUATED
CORRECTLY and that demonstrates how the main character has
become ___(adjective 1)___
D. Explain the quote why did you choose this quote to include?
E. Transition to the third body paragraph
IV. Third Body Paragraph
A. Introduce the second way that the main character has changed,
including the other adjective from INTRO D
B. Explain what happened in the book to make the character change
this way
C. Include a quote THAT IS INTRODUCED AND PUNCTUATED
CORRECTLY and that demonstrates how the main character has
become ___(adjective 2)___
D. Explain the quote why did you choose this quote to include?
E. End with your opinion about whether or not the main character
changed for the better, including an explanation of your opinion
V. Conclusion Paragraph
A. Remind the audience of the title and author of the book
B. Remind the audience of the topic
C. Summarize the description of the main character
D. Summarize the two ways the main character has changed
E. End with a thought-provoking statement, question, or quote
**Edit, revise, and PROOF-READ your essay before turning it in
CONVENTIONS COUNT!**
Remember to write in 3rd person (no I or you) and to support your ideas
with text!!!