1. The essay includes an organized intro, body, and conclusion. Including thesis, topic sentence, and transition statements.
2. Evidence from the novel supports the thesis and includes pieces of evidence including 1 quote
3. Formal Style
Type 4 Writing
To be a good leader, one must listen to people while still being responsible and taking charge. In the novel, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, a group of young boys get stuck on an island from a plane crash without adults. Two of the main characters, Ralph and Jack, wish to be the leader, but eventually, end up splitting into two groups that result in a bit of a rivalry between the two. Even though Jack took over the leader position at the end and was experienced in that field of work, Ralph is a better leader because he treats people with respect, he is organized, and throughout the whole novel, his mindset is focused on being rescued.
First, Ralph is a better leader because he treats people with respect. When Ralph and Piggy first landed on the island they found a conch which could call the boys together when they need to hold a meeting or when someone wants to talk. But, whenever piggy tries to talk jack always tries to shut him down or tries to punish him like he is one of his puppets. For example, when Piggy wanted to speak, Jack would tell him to shut up, therefore, saying that he didn’t care about what he had to say but Ralph at the beginning of the book said: “I’ll give the conch to the next person to speak.” He can hold it when he’s speaking. Stating that he would let people have a say, or express certain matters and that he had a way for people to listen to the person speaking without being interrupted. Some may argue that Ralph also picked on Piggy and didn’t care about him, but he definitely let him and the others speak more that Jack would ever let them.
Additionally, Ralph is a better leader because he is organized. As the boys settled down on the island, Ralph started to establish rules to make a model civilization. Ralph wanted to...