- Thesis Statement Definition:
- It is a single specific claim that your essay suports.
- It includes a topic, a precise opinion and reasoning.
- It is an argueable stament.
- Parts of a Thesis Statement: It has three main parts.
1) A subject: That's basically the topic or your essay.
2) Claime/ personal opinion about the topic: What you think about the topic.
3) The blueprint of reasons:
- There should be, at least, three reasons.
- They will support your claim and also persuade the readers to believe in your opinion.
- You need to research evidence to support your opinion.
- Those pieces of evidence or "the blueprint" are only effective if: 1) I explain what I mean about my opinion in the body paragraphs; 2) I provide detailed examples for each blue print point.
- Thesis with points listed:- Points at the end of the Thesis Statement.
- Points at the beginning of the TS.
- Points listed in the sentence after the TS.
- In conclusion, the THESIS STATEMENT tells your reader:
1) where you are going in your essay, and
2)how to plan on getting there.
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