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    • Anatomy of a Reading Response
    • paper format
    • heading title page # 1” margin double spaced
    • double spaced Your name Teacher name Course name date
    • no bold face no italics no underlining No extra space below No extra space above centered
    • last name page number right justified no comma between elements; no # sign
    • introduction
    • thesis Author’s full name Title of text introduction
    • expresses the main point of the essay makes an argument offers an original idea Gives direction to rest of essay
    • body paragraph
    • Topic sentence connects back to the thesis makes a point explains the focus of paragraph
    • Supporting evidence summary quotation paraphrase
    • paragraph conclusion Synthesizes points Connects back to thesis
    • quotation
    • quotation quotation quotation quotation
    • citation citation citation citation close quotes parentheses punctuation
    • integrates quote into surrounding writing integrates quote into surrounding writing integrates quote into surrounding writing integrates quote into surrounding writing
    • connects to thesis notes speaker and location of quote explains context interprets the meaning introduces quote follows-up on quote
    • conclusion
    • Conclusion Restates thesis Gives reader something to think about Synthesizes main points
    • Does NOT repeat what has already been said Does NOT introduce a whole new train of thought Does NOT leave the reader asking “so what?”
    • works cited
    • title MLA bibliographic form Double spaced Alphabetized entries
    • “ I think” “I feel”
    • “ really”
    • Comma splice