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Jane Doe
Ms. Kates
English 2-X
29 February 2016
Title
INTRODUCTION: Hook. Context and transition to thesis claim.
Thesis Statement (literary device is used by Diaz to show)
BODY PARAGRAPH 1: Supporting Claim #1 (First literary device
reveals). Evidence #1 (integrated with signal phrase and context)
(Diaz page #). Warrant #1, two sentences approx.. Make sure to dig
into the words of the evidence, requoting words or phrases and
thoroughly explaining what they mean and how they prove your claim.
Evidence #2 (integrated with signal phrase and context) (Diaz page #).
Warrant #2, two sentences approx. Remember to refer back to your
supporting claim and thesis as you specifically analyze the evidence to
remind the reader of what youre arguing and show them that you
have proved your claim! Transition.
BODY PARAGRAPH 2: Supporting Claim #2 (Second literary
device shows). Evidence #1 (integrated with signal phrase and
context) (Diaz page #). Warrant #1, two sentences approx. Evidence
#2 (integrated with signal phrase and context) (Diaz page #). Warrant
#2, two sentences approx. Transition.
BODY PARAGRAPH 3: Supporting Claim #3 (Third literary device
suggests). Evidence #1 (integrated with signal phrase and context)
(Diaz page #). Warrant #1, two sentences approx. Evidence #2
(integrated with signal phrase and context) (Diaz page #). Warrant #2,
two sentences approx. Transition.
CONCLUSION:Restate the thesis and remind readers of the big
ideas of the introduction and body paragraphs without repeating
yourself. Show the reader where your analysis has brought them in

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understanding the text. Present the broader implication of the ideas
discussed and answer the questions: so what? Or why should we care?

Works Cited
Diaz, Juno. Fiesta, 1980. Drown. New York: Riverhead Books, 1997.
Print.