Literary Analysis: Choosing and Framing Quotations in Your Writing

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This power point moves step by step through the process of writing a paragraph for a literary analysis paper. I've used the novel Z for Zachariah in my examples, but you could replace these with examples from a text that your students know. The presentation begins with a review of thesis statements, how to prepare to use quotations, and then how to incorporate quotations. I discuss how to frame a quoted passage in a paragraph, as well as how to set up a paragraph in a literary analysis paper. Plenty of examples and a "hamburger" paragraph at the end that will help your students write a fuller, more effective paragraph, and, ultimately, essay.
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Literary Analysis: Choosing and Framing Quotations in Your
Literary Analysis: Choosing and Framing Quotations in Your
Literary Analysis: Choosing and Framing Quotations in Your
Literary Analysis: Choosing and Framing Quotations in Your