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Oak Hill's Senior Project Creating a Thesis PPT#2

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  • 1. Creating a Thesis Statement
    • First:
      • Research
      • Research
      • Research
    • Second:
      • Read
      • Read
      • Read
    • Third:
      • Take Notes
  • 2. Developing a Thesis Statement
    • Methods :
      • Chronologies
      • Procedures
      • Cause and Effect
      • Problems
      • Solutions
      • Comparisons
      • Similarities
      • Differences
      • Relationships
      • Analyses
      • Literary Themes
      • Pros
      • Cons
      • Categories
      • Spatial
    Remember: Your thesis must carry you for 7 to 10 pages!!!
  • 3. Evaluate your thesis statement in terms of your research
    • Is your thesis statement too broad?
    • Is your thesis statement too narrow?
    • Can your thesis statement be proven using your research?
  • 4. Good or Bad Thesis Statement?
    • Example #2
    • The increased production of sales of reliable,
    • low-cost laptops will raise median SAT scores
    • over the next 15 years.
    Example #1 is the BAD Thesis because it is vague and doesn’t set the parameters of the discussion to be had, while Example #2 is the GOOD example since it attempts to. Example #1 New advancements in computers will lead to smarter students.