A focused and cohesive introduction to your topics and thesis

The previous project assignments all lead up to now—your final paper! Be sure that what you turn in is your final draft, not a rough draft. This will be your last chance to correct any mistakes.

Your paper should be 7 to 10-pages that are clean and well written. Your paper must include:

A title page
A focused and cohesive introduction to your topics and thesis
A body that supports the thesis, major topics, subtopics, as well as necessary details
Examples from director’s body of work should be referenced. Do not retell plots, but rather use examples in support of your thesis and topic
Reference a minimum of three articles of criticism
Reference any additional sources that you used to write your paper
A conclusion that reflects the topics covered in your paper, restates your thesis, and leaves the reader with a take away
Annotated bibliography
Be sure to edit and proofread your paper so that your writing is professional. Proper APA style should be used for all documentation.

Feedback from instructor

Julius,

I would replace project with paper. Also perhaps start with “Taika Waititi is an award winning director, actor and writer”. Remove “triggered” because nothing is being triggered. Maybe something like “Waititi’s films are often a blend of comedy and drama, or “dramadies”.

Simplify your sentences and get to the main point.

Looking at your outline, something came to mind. In “Boy”, the father often acts irrationally, irresponsible-like a teen or child. I think the same could be said about “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” where the father figure acts irresponsibly. Perhaps you can use that idea later on in your paper with comparisons to each film’s father/father figures.

Excellent work, and I look forward to reading the final paper!

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