Because this is the part of the lesson where all your premises are being established, you have to expound on the background of your study significantly—you need to discuss established theories and other studies which have been conducted previously. This is also the portion in which it would be good for you to talk about data which backs up the relevance and importance of your study. It’s here that you’re able to win the audience over by grounding the seriousness of your thesis in facts and previous credible studies.
This list is similar to the List of Figures and usually comes after the aforementioned list. The same principle applies: here, we list down all the tables present in the paper like we did for the figures. Except when labeling, we replace “Figure” with “Table”—for example, Table 1.1 or Table 3.7. This helps guide our reader through the different summaries of information available throughout the thesis.
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Description: The following lessons are designed to help teachers guide students through the entire process of writing a persuasive essay. After generating ideas for a persuasive essay, students will narrow their choices. Finally, they will choose one topic, which they will - in turn - develop into a strong thesis statement.
This lesson is based on the belief that students cannot master an essay component such as the thesis statement in the abstract, but will best learn its nature by studying it in the context of a concrete historical problem. Therefore, the lesson's activities are based on an introductory essay and a set of primary source documents on one historical topic—the Haymarket Square bombing in Chicago in 1886. The Haymarket episode is a dramatic one that should also hold student interest well. A single DBQ on this topic and several alternate thesis statements are then used in three student activities. These illustrate what makes thesis statements effective, as well some common problems or mistakes in writing clear thesis statements. The lesson consists of the following handouts: This class has been made especially to cater to students who are currently writing or are about to write their thesis. These lessons are clear and concise, brief but well-informed.