To prove that you are engaging in the writing process, submit a rough draft

To prove that you are engaging in the writing process, submit a rough draft of the Introduction Paragraph and a rough draft of One Body Paragraph of Essay 2.
 
For the Introduction: make sure that your Introduction has a Lead-in, a Thesis, and an Essay Map.
 
For the Body Paragraph you must have:
 
1) A Transition word/phrase in the Topic Sentence to show if it’s the first, middle, or last body paragraph in the entire essay.
 
2) A Topic Sentence to announce the paragraph’s subject matter.
 
3) At least three examples to be considered complete.
 
4) Transitions words/phrases before each example to separate and organize the examples.
 
5) A conclusion sentence at the end of the paragraph to show that the paragraph is done.
 
Even though this is a rough draft, show me that you have found a source to back up at least one of the examples in the paragraph.
 
If you do have a source, remember to:
 
1) Use the Sandwiching Technique.
 
2) Use parenthetical/in-text citations after the direct quote/paraphrase. Make sure you follow MLA formatting guidelines.