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How to turn a questions prompt into a thesis.

How to turn a questions prompt into a thesis.

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    • Creating a Thesis
    • What is a thesis statement?
      • In your notebooks… answer this question to the best of your ability.
      • If you have no idea… make something up.. It will help you remember.
    • How to Create a Thesis from a Question Prompt
      • 1. Read the Question Prompt.
      • 2. Change the Prompt from a question into a firm statement .
      • 3. Use this converted statement as the basis for your thesis .
    • Change the Question into a Statement
      • Do you like vanilla ice cream?
      • There are several reasons why I do not like vanilla ice cream.
      • I like vanilla ice cream for a number of reasons.
    • Change the Question into a Statement
      • What are the key characteristics of a civilization?
      • There are several key characteristics of civilization.
      • The five characteristics that play a role in the development of civilization are ______, _______, _____, ______, and ______.
    • Change the Question into a Statement
      • Why were advanced cities essential to the growth of civilizations?
      • Advanced cities are essential to the growth of civilizations in several ways distinct ways.
      • The growth of civilization relied heavily on the the _____, ______ and _____ of advanced cities.
    • Change the Ques