VPSA63 Essay 1 Outline

VPSA63 Essay 1 Outline

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Read the attachment “VPSA63H3 Essay 1 Outline assignment instructions”for instructions and detail description. Also, I uploaded the readings that you need for this assignment. Please feel free to let me know if you have any confusion with my instructions. Thank you very much =]

Format:
–    2-3 pages(use the table in page 2 for this outline assignment, Copy and paste this to a new Word document.)
–    Use MLA citation for your outline

Make a2 to 3 pagesingle-spaced sentence outline (use the table in page 2 to do this assignment)using the outline structure belowfor the following essay question:

Write ananalytical essay that identifies, examines, and evaluatesthree distinct approachesthat artists have embraced to respond to the significant changes of the twentieth century.Which approaches would you argue have had the most influential effect on the development of twentieth century art: from the social function of art (the role art plays in society) to the reconsideration of the artistic subject, the art object, and the spectator? Make sure you provide context for the approaches you identify by connecting them to specific cultural, intellectual, political, or technological changes. Userelevant key termsand material from the reading assignments andartworks by different artistsdiscussed in the courseas evidence to support each argument.

**Focus on the readings and lectures for examples of distinct approaches that artists take in their art in response to social and technological changes in the 20c.

Sources: 1 class reading source per argument, Max. 3 External sources.

What is a sentence outline and why should you bother taking the time to make one?
A sentence outline is a table with short sentences listed in point-formthat helps you to organize the arguments and evidence that you want to present in a piece of writing.Outlines are important because:
1. Creating an outline helps you save time by seeing problems with your paper before you’ve started writing.
2. An outline speeds up writing the first draft because you don’t waste time pausing to remember what it was you wanted to say next.
3. Following an outline keeps you from getting lost or off-track when writing so your composition will be well organized.
4. An outline captures all of your ideas and information so nothing will be lost or forgotten.*

What is an analytical essay?
In an analytical essay you are expected to both examine information and evaluate it. Make sure you pay attention to the differences between “consider,” “explain,” and “evaluate” in the essay question. Consider opposing viewpoints and address them to strengthen your own argument. Finally, focus on the quality of your arguments, not the quantity. There may be dozens of reasons that support your view; pick only the best.**

ACADEMIC CITATION FOR YOUR OUTLINE
Use MLA citation for your outline. Below is an example of how to cite a quote with an in-text citation followed by an entry in the Works Cited list at the conclusion of your outline or essay.

In-text citation    Option 1: “Newman’s work explores the experience of looking…” (Harrison 32)
Option 2: In the chapter “Barnett Newman’s Eve” Charles Harrison explains that “Newman’s work explores the experience of looking…” (32)
Works Cited list entry    Harrison, Charles. “Barnett Newman’s Eve.” Frameworks for Modern Art. Ed. Jason Gaiger. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004.105-149. Print.

OUTLINE STRUCTURE
Use this table format for your outline.Copy and paste this to a new Word document.

Introduction:A paragraph that provides context for the reader to understand what they are about to read.    Explanation in your own words.    Reading quotesthat you will use as support.
Use MLA in-text citations for all of your outline quotes (see explanation above)
1.
2.    1.
2.
Thesis:A sentence or short paragraph that explains clearly and directlyhow you will answer the essay question.
Major point #1
Explanation in your own words.    Reading quotes that you will use as support.
1. A distinct approach embraced by artists to respond to the significant changes of the twentieth century.
1.

2. Connection to a specific cultural, intellectual, political, or technological change in the twentieth century.
2.

3. Description of the artwork you will use as an example and why the artwork/artists’ approach is relevant to your argument.
3.

4.Why the approach has had an influential effect on the development of twentieth century art.
4.
5. A counter-argument for #4.
5.
Major point #2
Follow structure above.    Explanation in your own words.    Reading quotes that you will use as support.
1.    1.
2.    2.
3.    3.
4.     4.
5.    5.
Major point #3
Follow structure above.    Explanation in your own words.    Reading quotes that you will use as support.
1.    1.
2.    2.
3.     3.
4.     4.
5.     5.
Works Cited (see explanation above)

*Source: “Developing an Outline.” Jennifer Duncan. The Writing Centre, UTSC: ctl.utsc.utoronto.ca/twc/webresources.
**Source: “Analytic Essay.” Allyson Skene. The Writing Centre, UTSC: utsc.utoronto.ca/twc/sites/utsc.utoronto.ca.twc/files/resource-files/AnalyticEssay.pdf