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Conclusion. 1) Hook from last paragraph to thesis. Pick an important word or phrase from the last paragraph. Use it to echo your thesis without actually repeating the thesis word for word. 2) Review key evidence. Include reference to each of your primary sources

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Conclusion

Conclusion

1) Hook from last paragraph to thesis.

Pick an important word or phrase from the last paragraph.

Use it to echo your thesis without actually repeating the thesis word for word.

2) Review key evidence.

Include reference to each of your primary sources

3) Connect to the modern world/USA/Washington with a connection, lesson, or understanding.


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Conclusion Example

(1) This building is a clear example of how efficiently King Ashokaspread Buddhism throughout India during his reign. (2) As well, the pillars carved with his edicts show his dedication to spreading Buddhism throughout the entire sub-continent. (3) It is believed that over 250,000 people died during Ashoka’s conquests, yet he will go down in history as a leader who rejected the brutality of war for non-violence. This is a lesson that should not be lost on today’s world leaders as the threat of war looms across the globe.


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This building is a clear example of how efficiently King Ashokaspread Buddhism throughout India during his reign. As well, the pillars carved with his edicts show his dedication to spreading Buddhism throughout the entire sub-continent. It is believed that over 250,000 people died during Ashoka’s conquests, yet he will go down in history as a leader who rejected the brutality of war for non-violence. This is a lesson that should not be lost on today’s world leaders as the threat of war looms across the globe.


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