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Thesis Statements

The methods and importance of creating effective thesis statements.
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Rebecca Evans

on 8 October 2014

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Transcript of Thesis Statements

Effective
Thesis Statements:

A thesis has
a chicken
foot
A thesis
answers a
question
A thesis
has a leg
Importance and structure
Check
yourself:

Does your thesis:
*Answer a question?
*Have a leg?
*Have a chicken foot?
What is the world's best candy?
This is the base of the sentence; it answers the question directly, restating the question:
Smarties are the best candy in the world...
...because they are fruity, conveniently packaged, and easy to consume in small amounts.
Definition: A statement which states an argument; ALWAYS one sentence long.
a list of three reasons, points, etc.
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