Learning Goal: I’m working on a english report and need an explanation and answe

Learning Goal: I’m working on a english report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Prompt: What does community mean? what is it like being a part of a community? Give specific examples from your life and also from A few short stories/texts I will link. Introduction (don’t be afraid of the two-paragraph intro!)Hook your reader
Provide context/background information
State your thesis (your thesis should include your TOPIC and FOCUS –see the document on thesis statements in the Week 5 Module)
Body paragraphsThe body paragraphs have specific example(s) and/or illustration(s) that establish your thesis.Make sure that your examples/illustrations support your thesis statement. In an illustration essay, you can use examples from your life as well as from the Unit 1 texts to support your thesis statement.Body Paragraph 1State your first POINT, or sub-claim, to support your thesis
Integrate evidence from a course text to serve as INFORMATION to support your point. Be sure to explain this evidence for your reader.
Transition to your own VIVID EXAMPLE to serve as evidence to illustrate your point.
End the paragraph by providing a concluding sentences that summarizes the main point of your paragraph.
Body Paragraph 2State your second POINT, or sub-claim, to support your thesis
Integrate evidence from a course text to serve as INFORMATION to support your point. Be sure to explain this evidence for your reader.
Transition to your own VIVID EXAMPLE to serve as evidence to illustrate your point.
End the paragraph by providing a concluding sentences that summarizes the main point of your paragraph.
Body Paragraph 3State your third POINT, or sub-claim, to support your thesis
Integrate evidence from a course text to serve as INFORMATION to support your point. Be sure to explain this evidence for your reader.
Transition to your own VIVID EXAMPLE to serve as evidence to illustrate your point.
End the paragraph by providing a concluding sentences that summarizes the main point of your paragraph.
Body Paragraph 4State your fourth POINT, or sub-claim, to support your thesis
Integrate evidence from a course text to serve as INFORMATION to support your point. Be sure to explain this evidence for your reader.
Transition to your own VIVID EXAMPLE to serve as evidence to illustrate your point.
End the paragraph by providing a concluding sentences that summarizes the main point of your paragraph.
***NOTE: The paragraphs above include only 1 way to structure your body paragraphs (with an example from the Unit 1 texts and an example from personal experience in each body paragraph). This is not the only way you can structure your body paragraphs. For example, you could have a body paragraph that just provided examples from personal experience or a body paragraph that just gave examples from the Unit 1 texts. You don’t have to combine the Unit 1 texts and personal experience into every single body paragraph.Conclusion:Summarize your thesis
Discuss the greater significance of your topic and your purpose for writing about this topic. Consider a call to action: why does your topic matter and what should readers care about it. A strategy to consider for your conclusion is called ‘framing,” which is when your hook is echoed again in your conclusion. So, for example, if you start with a quote, end with a quote; if you start with a question, end with an answer to this question; if you start with a personal anecdote, end with this anecdote
Requirements: 1 intro, 4 body paragraphs, 1 conclusion, MLA Format   |   .doc file