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No PlagiarismTopic: Beyoncé’s music video is a homage to the black South.  The video is set in Louisiana, a slave port where many cultures came together and where Hurricane Katrina clearly illustrated the sharp division that still exists between races in our country.  The video brings up many social issues such as black feminism, LBGT rights, Black Lives Matter and more.  For this topic, you will need to focus your research one or two of the reoccurring themes in the video and research the historical context of that event.  For example, you could research Katrina, black feminism, Black Lives Matter and then show how the song’s lyrics and the visuals are influenced by those events.Find at least four secondary sources (the text itself is a primary source) related to your topic. You can use valid website as two of these sources. The other two sources must come from the electronic databases.  You can use Wikipedia, SparkNotes, Cliff Notes, etc as background only or to help you get ideas to develop with the other research. These do not count as one of the four required sources. You will need at least one source from a history site or article to get historical background information.Based on your research, write an essay on one of the topics listed above. To do this, you will need to briefly SUMMARIZE your story or poem, ANALYZE its themes, and DISCUSS how the historical research you did relates to the story or poem’s meaning.Your thesis should make a claim that answers the question asked and connects the story to its historical context and the body of your paper will substantiate that claim. The research you’ve done will be there to INFORM what you’re saying, but you will need to CITE any source you quote or paraphrase. Even if you paraphrase the ideas expressed in your source, you need to give the author credit for those ideas. It is your responsibility to document these sources correctly (see the MLA link in Library tutorial posted in Canvas). The proof of your research will ALSO be present in your essay’s sophistication and knowledge.Again, your essay must have a thesis that relevantly connects the story to its historical context and to the essay topic. The body of the paper will substantiate that connection by explaining one or more of the story or poems elements (plot, characters, setting, theme, language) to your research. For example, if you’re writing an historical analysis of “Barn Burning” your thesis will not say that the piece is a story about childhood innocence, but would instead say that Abner serves an example of the consequences of economic pressures in the “new South.” The body of the paper, obviously, would connect the story to what was happening in the American South in the 1930s, yet the essay is still an analysis of literature, the literary elements used to develop the themes.All of your evidence must relate to your thesis. Go through the work carefully and slowly and discuss it in terms of the historical context. You may talk about the plot, characters, setting, themes, language (fiction and drama have very similar elements) but you will connect these elements to your strategy.Length Requirement: 1200 – 1500 WordsGrading RubricIntroduction: The introduction should gain the reader’s interest and effectively set up the essay without being too general or repetitive.20.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks20.0 ptsThesis: The thesis statement should be a clear, arguable, well-developed, and definitive statement of position.20.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks20.0 ptsEvidence: The essay should contain sufficient, relevant, and effectively integrated evidence to support each paragraph’s claim.25.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks25.0 ptsAnalysis of Literary Work(s)/Issue(s) Explored in the PaperStudents should use evidence from the literature and/or outside sources to bolster their own ideas. A student’s voice should always be present to explain the significance of evidence to the paper’s overall argument.30.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks30.0 ptsOrganization/StyleThe writing should flow smoothly and logically. The essay’s argument must be coherent and all portions of the essay should sync with one another to form a cohesive whole. The language should be engaging, appropriate, and precise.25.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks25.0 ptsConclusion: The paper’s conclusion should be an invaluable asset that offers intelligent reflection on the broader significance of the paper’s established argument.20.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks20.0 ptsGrammar/Mechanics Ideally, the writing will contain sentences that are complete, grammatically correct, and free of confusion or ambiguity.20.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks20.0 ptsDocumentation In-text citations and Works Cited entries should be present and adhere to MLA style.30.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks30.0 ptsTitle: The essay should have a properly formatted title that clearly conveys the subject matter of the essay.10.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks10.0 pts

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