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Turabo University School of Human and Social Sciences Gurabo, Puerto Rico . Summary Chapter 2: Thesis Statement. Prof. Jackeline Martinez Rodriguez. Thesis statement. Writing a Thesis statement. Four characteristics of an effective thesis statement. Topic vs. Thesis statement.

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summary chapter 2 thesis statement

Turabo University

School of Human and Social Sciences

Gurabo, Puerto Rico

Summary Chapter 2: Thesis Statement

Prof. Jackeline Martinez Rodriguez

now you try it
Now you try it
  • For each thesis statement on page 48, circle the topic and underline the focus.
now you try it1
Now you try it
  • Look at each research question and rough outline and then decide whether each thesis statement is a good answer to the research question page 49-51.
    • Does it include an appropriate focus?
    • Does it include an overview of supporting points?

Circle OK or NOT OK and explain your reason.

activity identify parts of a thesis
Activity: identify parts of a thesis

Identify the parts of a thesis statement.

  • Circle the topic
  • Underline the focus once
  • Underline the supporting points twice

Page 57-58

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