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C. Other Countries -- Lesson Plans from Movies Based on the Literature of Other Countries
English Language Arts, Literature Classes, Media Literacy, and Multimodal Literacy
A. Lesson Plans from Movies Based on the Literature of England
For English Language Arts and Literature Classes (Including the traditional curriculum, Media Literacy, and Multimodal Literacy)
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Look at the topic sentences of each paragraph. If you were to read only these sentences, would you find that your paper presented a clear position, logically developed, from beginning to end? If, for example, you find that each paragraph begins with a researcher's name, it might indicate that, instead of evaluating and comparing the research literature from an analytical point of view, you have simply described what research has been done. This is one of the most common problems with student literature reviews. So if your paper still does not appear to be defined by a central, guiding concept, or if it does not critically analyse the literature selected, then you should make a new outline based on what you have said in each section and paragraph of the paper, and decide whether you need to add information, to delete off-topic information, or to re-structure the paper entirely.