Julius Caesar was a tragic Figure

PROCEDURE
Step 1: Choose a tragic figure. Think about which one could meet the three criteria. Find one quote from the book for each criterion that would support your argument.

Step 2: Write a clear Thesis Statement that states which character is the tragic figure based on the 3 criteria.

Step 3: Write three body paragraphs, one for each criterion. Your body paragraphs should follow the C-SET2 outline:
Claim (criterion)
Set up your evidence (set up the context)
provide the Evidence or the example (give act, scene, and line number) e.g.- (I.iii.45-46)
Tie-in the claim (explain how it supports your argument)
Repeat SET with another example. The last T is a transition to the next paragraph.
Step 4: Write your Introduction in ANT Format
Attention-grabber
Necessary Information (author, title, and brief plot summary as a transition to your thesis.
Thesis statement (which youve already written)
Step 5: Write a Conclusion following the 3R format
Rephrase your thesis.
Review your main points briefly.
Relate to the World (leave your reader with a lasting statement or broad point to consider. Often, this can refer back to your Attention-Grabber
Important to remember:
Your paper should have a thesis statement at the top followed by 3 supporting paragraphs
Plays are underlined, so when you are talking about the play, you should write The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Set up your quotes by providing their context in the play. Example: After returning from the games during the Feast of Lupercal, Casca notes, Marullus and Flavius, for pulling scarfs off Caesars images, are put to silence (I.ii.285-286).
When quoting, use parenthetical citation. (Act #. Scene #. line #)
Include transitional words and phrases throughout your paper to show the relationship of ideas.
Please put a heading on the paper! (Name, Date, Period)
Include a Works Cited list at the conclusion of your paper.
Write in 12 pt. Times New Roman font