Here is the prompt you are responding to for the response paper:Write a fictional first-hand journal account as if you were living in Salem Village in 1692. You can write from the point of view of an accuser, an accused, or a supporter or critic of the trials. You may choose to take on the persona of one of the noteworthy individuals we have discussed and/or read, or you can choose to be an anonymous townsperson (if you choose this route, make sure that your journal clearly states gender, age, socioeconomic level, etc.) Your account should reflect one or more of the possible theories for the witch trials. It should also describe Puritanism and its role in the lives of 17th-century Salem colonists. Be creative! You are submitting your response paper as a MS Word document or PDF file – as always, no other file types will be accepted.Please put your essay in MLA format: Double spaced, Times New Roman Font, size 12, 1″ margins, in the top left: your name, professor’s name, class, date; in the top right: last name, page numbers.this essay is due by 11:55 p.m. on Saturday, June 22.
Here is the prompt you are responding to for the response paper:Write a fictional first-hand journal account as if you were living in Salem Village in 1692. You can write from the point of view of an
LIT203: Literature in America I, Summer 2017 Web Reading Response Assignment Overview Over the semester you will complete 3 reading response assignments . They are due on the dates indicated on the syllabus. The point of these papers is to explore your own personal reaction to a text. I am not looking for an emotional “ranting” (or raving as the case may be), rather I am looking for a thoughtful and ana lytical response. Think about how and why the piece is an important part of the course. Your response paper must adhere to the following guidelines : Follow basic writing conventions taught in English 111 or the equivalent. Specifically, your responses s hould be: o Minimum 2 full pages typed, MLA formatted (11 -12pt font, double spaced) o Proofread to eliminate grammatical and mechanical errors; o Organized and clear, using proper paragraph structure o Supporting a thesis statement that responds directly to one of the prompts ; Demonstrate careful/reflective thought and analy sis; Make clear reference to at least one of the texts we are currently reading or have read ; No plot summary (assume the reader is familiar with the text) For each paper I will provide you wi th basic/broad topic suggestions, but in general you have a lot of freedom and flexibility about how to approach these papers. Don’t be afraid to take risks with your analysis or to state an opinion that you think might be unpopular. These papers are a g reat place to explore new ideas and test them out. Please note that there are many resources online about all of the readings on the syllabus – do NOT be tempted to plagiarize! You should not be conducting any outside research while writing these papers . These papers are about your own reactions and opinions and thought; in this case I’m not interested in what the experts have to say about the readings, I’m interested in your own reaction and interpretation . I value your thought, analysis and insight, N OT literary critical expertise. These response papers make up 50% of your total grade for this course. You are expected to take them seriously. If you are unhappy with your grade, I will allow you to rewrite your paper if you meet with me first. Remembe r to use the TASC and other BHCC resources for additional help and support! Original author: Laura Carty -Barrett
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