I need a good thesis statement for school uniforms?
Topic: I need a good thesis statement for school uniforms?
June 24, 2019 / By Ashlyn Question:
In English 3A, my persuasive is FOR school uniforms even though I don't personally want them..
also if u could give me more info on exactly what a thesis statement is.
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Zidkijah | 5 days ago
A thesis statement presents the theme of your paper. It's one sentence, or sometimes a couple of sentences, usually in the introduction of a paper (often at the end of the first paragraph), that basically sums up the argument you're making in your paper. Your thesis statement should be a statement of opinion that someone could disagree with. It gives your readers a basic idea of where your paper is going.
For example, you could say, "School uniforms are beneficial and should be required in all schools because of x, y, and z." Those "x, y, and z" points would be brief descriptions of the main points you are going to expound on in the rest of your paper, the reasons why uniforms are a good idea. It's good to list them in your thesis statement in the same order that you're going to present them in your paper, because it makes your paper appear better organized.
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A thesis statement is basically your entire argument summed up into one sentence. For example, School Uniforms put more stress on the academics of school by taking out the need to look stylish.
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A thesis statement declares what you believe and what you intend to prove. A good thesis statement makes the difference between a thoughtful research project and a simple retelling of facts.
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a thesis statement is the statement of what you think on the subject and what you think others will think. Just write what you think of them. If you don't think your school should have them, put that in your statement.
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Originally Answered: is this a good thesis statement for a formal essay, in high school?
By definition Metamorphoses is change, thus your thesis could be said as (excluding the link between Metamorphoses and the author Ovid and its construct as a title) as "In Ovid’s Change the most talked about concept is change.", thus I agree with one other answer that you must restate or expand on your use of 'change'. Change in what, history, myth, distortion, restatement or time. I have not read the text (15 books long?), but pick the aspect of change that you are proposing, ie the subject of change.
"In Ovid’s Metamorphoses the most talked about concept is change in/of/experienced/captured/most profound in.."
Just some ideas, I think from my perspective I am glad it is you writing this and not me..
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