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Dr. Forrest Fordyce Glendale Community College The Five “T’s” TOPIC TITLE THESIS STATEMENT TOPIC SENTENCES TERMINATION
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Dr. Forrest Fordyce Glendale Community College The Five “T’s” TOPIC: The assignment you have been given to write about or the concept, objects, people, or idea you choose to write about Use KEY WORDS from the topic to create a title and thesis statement.
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Dr. Forrest Fordyce Glendale Community College The Five “T’s” TITLE: The name of your essay Capitalize nouns, verbs, adjectives, & adverbs; do not use quotation marks or a period.
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Dr. Forrest Fordyce Glendale Community College The Five “T’s” THESIS STATEMENT: The main idea of your essay, expressed as the topic plus controlling idea(s) and reference to the mode of analysis (e.g., narration, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, etc.) Usually comes at the end of the Introduction
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Dr. Forrest Fordyce Glendale Community College The Five “T’s” TOPIC SENTENCES: The first sentence and main idea of a paragraph, expressed as the topic plus single controlling idea. Relates directly to the thesis but limits discussion to one aspect of the thesis only
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