Theme analysis essays require students to take a step back from the chapter details of a text. Students must select one theme, find textual evidence to support this connection, and compose a five-paragraph essay proving their assertion. I would highly recommend a teacher use the back side of the first sheet, the finding textual evidence, to develop a chart listing the themes in the first column and the three parts of 1984 on the first row. Together, brainstorm plot events from the book that reflect the theme in each part. Students would then be able to select one plot even from each of the three parts to use in developing their position.