How do you analyze the setting place and setting mood and how this setting and mood shape the story? In a paper that should be two pages long?

How do you analyze the setting place and setting mood and how this setting and mood shape the story? In a paper that should be two pages long?
ENG 130 – Literature and Comp Literary Response for Setting as a Device Essay ENG 130: Literary Response for Setting This assignment focuses on your ability to: learn how to interpret the literary device of setting and how it affects the character of the story /poem. The purpose of completing this assignment is: as a student, in your career, and individual lives, you will often need to look beyond the plot and sum mary of what you are reading and put a different spin on it. An example of this might be interpreting data and the varying components of how that data was created, as well as what to do with the data as you move forward. ______________________________________________________________ Prompt (What are you writing about): Choose one of the readings from this unit and in a well -crafted 2 -page essay, respond to the following prompt: Choose one of the s tories/poems in Unit s One or Two. A nal yze the setting place and setting mood and how this setting and mood shape the story? Instructions (how to get it done):  Read through all of the instructions of this assignment.  Read all of the unit 1 and 2 resources.  Select one of stories or poems to write about.  Your audience for this essay is people who have read the stories /poems.  Use text examples to support your answer.  Your essay will have the following components: o A title page o An Introduction o A thesis at the end of the introduction that clearly states how settin g shapes the story. o At least two s upporting sections that defend your thesis/focus of the essay o Text support with properly cited in -text citations o A concludi ng paragraph o A reference page with the short story citation Requirements: • Length and format: At least 2 pages. • The title page and reference page are also required, but they should not be factored into the 2 -page length of the essay. • The paper should be double spaced with 1 -inch margins. Choice of fonts: 11 -point Calibri, 11 -point Arial,12 -point Times New Roman . Essay should conform to APA formatting and citation style. • Use the third -person, objective voice, avoiding personal pronouns such as “I,” “you,” “we,” etc. • Please use the short story sources and any outside sources you need to create a properly formatted APA reference page. • Use APA format for in -text citations and references when usin g outside sources and textual evidence. • Skills to be assessed with this assignment: creating effective thesis statements, incorporating text, responding to literature. • Please be cautious about plagiarism . Make sure to use in -text citations for direct quote s, paraphrases, and new information. Mini lesson on thesis statements : • Questions to ask yourself: o W hat is the setting of my chosen story ? What is the place? What is the mood c reated by the a utho r? How do the place and mood affect the story for the reader? o For example, it is apparent that in Whitman ’s “I Hea r A merica Singing ” you would devote a supporting section to the location s of his poem and a supporting section to the mood he creates through the setting . • Tr anslate that into a thes is: o After you have made connections to the se two areas of setting you will then form your thesis. o Here is a example template for your thesis . You are welcome to use this template for your essay: ▪ In W alt Whitman ’s poem “I Hear America Singi ng ”, it is apparent that the setting place and lo cation shape the poem thr ough the obvious American workers ’ locations and the tone of triumph and hopefulne ss. Rubric for Setting Literary Response Does Not Meet Expectations 0-11 Below Expectations 12 -13 Needs Improvement 14 -15 Satisfactory 16 -17 Meets Expectations 18 -20 Thesis Statement Thesis statement is not present. Thesis is unclear and loosely related to the paper or not present. Thesis does not appear in the introductory paragraph. Thesis is attempted with little relation to the overall topic. Argument is somewhat unclear or confusing. Some supporting points are missing. Thesis may not appear in the introductory paragraph. Thesis is present and relates to the majority of the paper. Argument takes a mostly clear pos ition and is explained in adequate detail. Thesis appears in the introductory paragraph. Thesis is organized and focused on the paper. Argument takes a clear position and is explained in full detail. Thesis appears in the introductory paragraph. Persuasiveness Fails to develop arguments. Some argument(s) are developed, but may be missing one or need further elaboration. Develops most argument(s). Satisfactorily develops arguments. Expertly and fully develops argument(s). Evidence and Support Does not include text support and/or text support is not cited. Very little evidence is given and used in the essay properly. Evidence may not relate to the thesis statement. Evidence is cited but not with the proper formatting. Some evidence is used from the story and/or is somewhat related to the thesis statement. Evidence may or may not always cited properly. Evidence from the story is mostly tied to the thesis statement and used properly and is cited properly. Evidence from the story is used effectively and cited properly. APA Format APA format is not followed. Errors in four areas of APA format and style. Errors in t hree areas of APA format and style . Errors in two areas of APA format and style. No errors in APA format and style. Grammar and Mechanics Grammar and mechanics’ errors make the essay incomprehensible. Grammar, spelling, punctuation, and mechanics errors occur throughout document. Word choices are seldom academic. Sentence structure may be illogical or unclear. Several errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling and mechanics present. Word choice reveals some understanding of academic language requirements. Many sentence structure issues exist. Some spelling, grammar, punctuation and mechanical errors are evident. Academic language is upheld. The sentence structure is often logical and clear so that relationships among ideas are established. Free of punctuation, spelling, grammar, and other mechanical errors. Consistent use of academic word choices. Sentence structure is mostly logical and clear. *A zero can be earned if the above criteria are not met. *Plagiarism will result in a zero.