Complete the following prior to beginning work on this assignment:
- Read Chapters 4 and 7 in your course textbook.
- Read your instructor’s feedback on your Weeks 2 and 3 assignments. Make any corrections that have been identified.
- Follow the steps outlined below to complete this week’s assignment:
- Download the Final Film Critique Outline Template Download Template, which has been provided for you in a Word document.
- Save the file to your computer (desktop or a folder).
- Replace the instructional text on the outline with the outline text for your own paper.
- Save the completed file.
- Click on the “Start Assignment” button in the upper right hand corner to submit. When you have finished uploading your document, click on the subsequent “Submit Assignment” so your instructor may receive your document for grading.
This assignment is your opportunity to get a head start on your Week 5 final film critique by creating a structured outline. For additional support, review the OutliningLinks to an external site. resource from the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center.
- Think back to the film you chose in your Weeks 2 and 3 written assignments.
- Review the Week 5 final film critique: Film and Social Resonance Analysis assignment prompt.
- Review the ENG225 Research GuideLinks to an external site. in the University of Arizona Global Campus Library, which will be particularly helpful in locating required sources.
- Consider what your chosen film has to say about society and how it uses specific elements of filmmaking to convey that message.
- Ensure that you choose a film for this assignment that will work with the requirements on the Week 5 final film critique.
In the outline template,
- Complete your title page and start numbering pages per APA guidelines.
- Create a working thesis statement that will be the organizational principle of your paper.
- If you are having trouble with developing your thesis, try using the Writing Center’s Thesis GeneratorLinks to an external site. Remember that your thesis should name the film (title in italics), address the major techniques it uses to tell its story, and state how it ultimately comments on or impacts society. Your thesis should serve as the organizing principle of your paper. When you write your final paper, you will want to include your thesis toward the end of your introductory paragraph.
- Outline your introduction.
- Outline your body paragraphs.
- Outline your conclusion.
- Develop your references page.