A persuasive essay which argues, in detail, how one of Aldous Huxley’s warnings In Brave New World has come true in modern society. Incorporates evidence in support of a thesis or claim. integrates information and ideas from multiple primary and secondary sources. Makes distinctions between the relative value and significance of specific data, facts, and ideas. Includes visual aids to organize and record information on charts, data tables, maps and graphs as appropriate. Integrates direct quotes. Uses internal citations. Includes a works cited, bilbliography, reference page. Intro- up to 1/2 page Body- 1 1/2 to 2 pages Conclusion- up to 1/2 page Works cited page- MLA formatted, 4 sources minimum (including the novel) Paper must be in 3rd Person Introduction: An opening line. 1-2 sentences A discussion relating the novel and to the topic. 1-2 sentences A thesis statement. Body: 1 1/2- 2 pages in which you argue how one of Huxley’s warnings in Brave New World has come true in our modern world. Be sure to include plenty of research evidence to support the ideas. Smooth transitions between sentences and paragraphs. Avoid using contractions. Example use “did not” instead of “didn’t”. All information in the body should relate back to the thesis in some way. Each paragraph in the body should have at least one citation. Include at least one visual aid to organize and record information, such as charts, data tables, maps, and graphs. Conclusion: Restate the thesis (using different words). Include a general summation of your paper’s major points. Restate the significance of your topic. End with the closing line. Works Cited Page: Include a minimum of 4 sources (includeing the novel). List the sources alphabeticaly by the authors last name( if no author, first word in the entry).