You will watch Phil Alden Robinson’s 1989 film Field of Dreams and read at least
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You will watch Phil Alden Robinson’s 1989 film Field of Dreams and read at least one film review from Roger Ebert.com or The New York Times. Now, you will formulate an argument using the they-say/I-say structure to enter into a conversation with a review that you read.
Introduction: Your introduction must introduce the review that you have selected and Phil Alden Robinson’s 1989 film Field of Dreams. Your thesis statement must identify if you agree, disagree, or partially agree with the review and why. You must use techniques from the readings in Graff and Birkenstein to convey these ideas.
Body Paragraphs: Each body paragraph must begin with a topic sentence that identifies the specific reason you will discuss in that corresponding body paragraph. In the body paragraphs, you must provide claims, pieces of evidence, and warrants. Each body paragraph needs to include at least one piece of evidence from the review. You must demonstrate how you are agreeing or disagreeing with that piece of evidence within that body paragraph. Again, you must use techniques from the readings in Graff and Birkenstein to convey these ideas. Specifically, consider strategies from chapter four: “Yes/No/Okay/But,” which starts on page 53.
Conclusion: Do not simply restate your thesis. Instead, identify the most important elements to take away from this discussion. Ask yourself what the significance of this topic is. Consider what you would advise an audience to do in terms of considering the review and deciding whether or not to watch, or re-watch, the film. Consider how your perspective might change