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Brainstorming Thesis. Directions. You must have all of the following assignments stapled in the order below to begin brainstorming your thesis statement Assign. # 16 = 12 Symbolic Examples [ (Must be complete sentence(s) ]

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Directions
  • You must have all of the following assignments stapled in the order below to begin brainstorming your thesis statement
    • Assign. # 16 = 12 Symbolic Examples [ (Must be complete sentence(s) ]
    • Assign. # 17 = 5 Personal Topics
    • Assign. # 18 = 10 Group Topics (Group Director has it)
    • Assign. # 19 = 24 Class Topics
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Assignment 20: Brainstorming Thesis
  • Place a star by three topics on which you would most like to write
  • Choose the one topic you most want to write about by putting three stars by it.

A. Do a mini brainstorm identifying the themes that relate to your topic

  • Now, in 100 words or more, write a reflective journal entry on that theme.
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Brainstorming Thesis
  • Write your topic at the center of your brainstorm
  • List at least 12 examples that will strongly support your topic
  • Organize at least 9 examples that best support your topic. Organize your brainstorm by type of symbol or by the issue being analyzed.
  • Working from your brainstorm and topic, state your thesis in one sentence
  • Revise your thesis until it clearly states your objective as a writer