1. Use of the MLA Sample text supplied via Moodle. 2. For clarity of MLA documentation use, acquire a reference text, such as Little, Brown Handbook for in-text quotes and parenthetical citations. Note: documentation for genres of writing difference 3. .Begin with a thesis statement. Do not write an introduction or conclusion. Write three to four (3-4) paragraphs for each. No Works Cited pages 4. All paragraphs should be nine (9) to eleven (11) sentences. 5. Use textural evidence in the development of each answer, providing MLA style and documentation. 6. Answers must show analysis and interpretation. You are to develop a discussion. Do not misrepresent text. 7. Answers should be the students’ own analysis and interpretation. 8. Do not provide a summary of texts. 9. Focus the discussion on the Journal Essay topic. 10. Plagiarism will not be tolerated. If any aspect of the journal essay is discovered not to be original, the assignment will receive a zero on the assignment.