How do you write a thesis statement?

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You'll want to think about what your paper is essentially about when thinking about how to write a thesis statement. Take a few minutes to think about the main point of your paper. Once you have thought about the main point of your paper, write it down. That is your thesis. Your thesis should be one sentence long. If you absolutely cannot get it to be one sentence, your thesis statement can be two sentences, but not more than two. Your thesis statement, if written well, should tell the reader exactly what your paper is about and what your stance is on the subject.
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1. Try to boil your entire topic down to a single question. 2. Once you have the question you want to ask, write one or two sentences using the information from your paper to answer
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A thesis is. a statement of the main idea or topic of a paper. This sentence can also be called a topic sentence, a main idea sentence, or an "umbrella statement. Sometimes instructors
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1. Understand what a thesis statement in general needs to accomplish. Your thesis needs to express a "considered point of view. Note that a considered point of view is different
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well, a thesis is a topic+your opinion=great thesis just say what your opinion is on wheter or not they should be told they are adopted. (: hopee this helps youu.
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A good thesis statement is going to contain three parts: the general topic, the attitude towards that topic, and the main points being covered in the essay.
One way to describe a thesis statement is that it acts like a topic sentence for an entire essay. Just as the topic sentence tells readers what will be discussed in a particular paragraph, the thesis statement alerts readers as to what to expect from the rest of the essay... More >>
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