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This article will be useful in my paper about the question, “What do Americans ultimately believe about themselves?” I will use this paper to discuss how this question was formulated and worked out in the last century.
9. Look at a . series that is based on true events or real people. Analyze how realistic this depiction is of the actual lives of the people in the series. Does this series exploit these people? Does being a part of a . show help or hurt them? (examples: Eight is Enough, Breaking Amish, Friday Night Lights ).
You are advised to use this glossary in conjunction with the following Study Guides: Writing essays and Thought mapping written by Student Learning Development.
"Directives" ask you to answer, or present information, in a particular way.
Review these, and most of all note that there are different ways
of answering a question or writing a paper!
Choose a topic from the list below that you find interesting. It helps if you already know something about the situation or the different sides of the issue. What you don't know, you will need to research.
9. Examine a Hitchcock horror film or another classic horror movie. Analyze how the movie creates horror and suspense while following the strict Hollywood guidelines of the time (examples: The Birds, Psycho, Vertigo, Rear Window )
69. Choose your favorite horror movie to examine. What makes this such a good horror film? Analyze what elements this movie has that creates the experience of horror in the audience (examples: The Exorcist, Sleepy Hollow, The Silence of the Lambs, The Shining, Halloween ).
8. Anti-meth campaign. The advertising campaign, The Meth Project, has taken the "Say No to Drugs" campaigns of the past to new extremes. Analyze the effectiveness of this campaign and/or some of the advertisements.
Writing an analytical essay can seem daunting, especially if you've never done it before. Don't worry! Take a deep breath, buy yourself a caffeinated beverage, and follow these steps to create a well-crafted analytical essay.
Caution! Make sure that you're NOT just summarizing the original article, story, novel, poem, etc. Go beyond simply telling us WHAT you are talking about: describe HOW and WHY its elements function.
5. College football. Summarize the importance of college football for a University. Analyze the effect of football on creating alumni involvement and giving, drawing students to attend the University, and bringing community pride and economic development. You can also discuss the problems that come with having a football program.
For a printer-friendly PDF version of this guide, click here To write a good essay, you firstly need to have a clear understanding of what the essay question is asking you to do. Looking at the essay question in close detail will help you to identify the topic and ‘directive words’ (Dhann, 7556), which instruct you how to answer the question. Understanding the meaning of these directive words is a vital first step in producing your essay.