evaluation of “frontline” the merchants of cool

evaluation of “frontline” the merchants of cool
write an Evaluation essay about “frontline”- the merchants of cool

Do you believe that this is an accurate analogy?

Are “cool hunters” and those who use the information
they supply similar to colonial powers?

Do they exploit teens or are they providing desired benefits and services?

Write an essay in which you:
1) State your position clearly in a thesis statement.
2) Provide examples to support your argument, citing either paraphrased ideas
or direct quotes from the film.
3) Cite your sources correctly, both in the body of the paper,
and on the works cited page.
Evaluation Essay Guidelines and Prompt:
You will watch the film and respond to the following prompt. Your paper must be a minimum of 800 words, in MLA format, not including the works cited page, citing the film correctly.

Watch Video
“Frontline” – The Merchants of Cool (54:31)
(Go to the Documentation page on my website to research how to cite correctly both in the body of the paper, and on the works cited page. There are three citation “ machines” at the bottom of the page that you may also use).
PROMPT: Media critic Robert McChesney says, “In much the same way that the British Empire tried to take over Africa and profit from its wealth, corporations look at [teens] like this massive empire they are colonizing. And their weapons are films, music, books, CDs, Internet access, clothing, amusement parks, [and] sports teams.”
Do you believe that this is an accurate analogy?
Are “cool hunters” and those who use the information they supply similar to colonial powers?
Do they exploit teens or are they providing desired benefits and services?
Write an essay in which you:
1) State your position clearly in a thesis statement.
2) Provide examples to support your argument, citing either paraphrased ideas
or direct quotes from the film.
3) Cite your sources correctly, both in the body of the paper,
and on the works cited page.
This three-draft, out-of-class essay is a thesis-driven argument that strives to meet the standards detailed in the rubric. You must use and cite at least one source. While of course you may work with many drafts, only the first draft may receive teacher input. Include ALL drafts (minimum three), one with teacher comments, one with peer and/or Writing Center comments, and a final, clean draft without comments or grade.
Be sure that the latest draft, a clean copy with no instructor comments, is placed first, followed by earlier drafts and prewriting, so that the evaluator looks from latest to earliest writing when opening that section of the portfolio
Please note that, if you have gone to the Writing Center, you must include the drafts you worked on with them, in order. This will help the evaluators to see your writing in process.

 
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