Go to Google Classroom and complete the Research Note Cards all the research you gather on your hero.
Works Cited Format
The Anecdotal Introduction
An anecdote is simply a story that we tell because it is interesting; thus, the anecdotal introduction prepares the reader for the thesis by telling a relevant story. Because we don’t need to move from the general to the specific, the thesis in an anecdotal introduction does not have to be the last sentence.
An anecdotal introduction is a little story. Everyone loves to listen to stories. Begin a paper by relating a small story that leads into the topic of your paper. Your story should be a small episode, not a full blown story with characters and plot and setting. If you do it right, your story will capture the reader's interest so that he or she will continue to read your paper. One caution: be sure that your story does not take over the paper. Remember, it is an anecdotal introduction, not the paper.
Example: Anecdotal Introduction
Notice that this in NOT a paragraph, but a multi-paragraph Introduction. The Thesis Statement is at the end of the Introduction in this example, but it does not have to be at the end.
The Biographical Information
This is where you write all the Biographical information about the person.
Proof: What the Person Did to be the hero
This is where you write about the 1 event that makes this person a hero.