EssayNeeds to be related to Gloria Anzaldua Chicana artists, and George ritzer an introduction to mcdonaldization. The thesis must be about the dehumanization of people in prison. Needs quotes and MLA format, I also attached a model essayWhat is a main idea? A thesis? If youve ever had trouble coming up with an idea for an essay, this assignment will show you how touse your writing to discover new ideasteach yourself with your writinginvent a main idea (thesis).Writing is more than a record of what we already know or believe. Writing = thinking tool. Inventors, writers, artists, CEOs and creative problem-solvers know how to come up with great ideas. How do they do it? How can you do it too?SkillsYour goal is to show you canSee detailsAnalyze those detailsUse analysis to generate new ideas.We are working on these skills because they are fundamental to having an idea worth sharing–in your academic writing, your Twitter feed, date-night conversation, or in your workplace. KnowledgeBy doing this assignment, we will learnthe power of analysis to generate new ideas.you dont have to know your thesis when you start to write!a thesis, like all learning, is always growing as we encounter (and analyze) new experiences and information.a thesis might be introduced to readers in the opening paragraph of a finished essay, but the writer likely discovered the thesis at the end of a draft!TasksUpload your essay below by the due date (or request an extension).Minimum 1500-2000 wordsMake observations of at least TWO of the course texts summarize key ideasintegrate useful quotesUse Dillard,Anzaldúa, and Rizters textsApply at least three analytical moves. Analyze your observations, using analytical moves from our Analysis Module:Ask questionsMake connections/ notice patternsseems to be about X, but could be about YUncover at least two assumptions one or both authors make about how meaning is made.Look at binary oppositions in how the authors each describe how meaning is madeUse analysis to arrive at an insight (thesis) of your own. There are different ways to approach it: Your personal experience + the texts = new insightText 1 + Text 2 = new insightYour interests + the texts = new insightExplain how details (like quotes) from the sources help you develop your thinking and thesis.Write to an academic audienceCite Source MaterialUse MLA formatExtra Credit (5 points) Include a Writers Memo Actions either as a separate file or a separate page in your essay.Criteria for SuccessRelate the texts to your own life experiences, passions, skills. You are a specialist in something–a video game, TV series, a sport or artistic pursuit.your religion or your identity.jobs you’ve workedfamily life/ parentingPractice grading yourself using the rubric (listed below), and see where you might need to keep working on your essay to earn as many points possible.