Ec5 - Could someone argue with the point brought up in this thesis statement What arguments could be made Remember A thesis statement should always

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2/5/11 Could someone argue with the point brought up in this thesis statement? What arguments could be made? Remember: A thesis statement should always be making an argument. Does the thesis give specific information and avoid generalities, such as “good” or “successful.”
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2/5/11 Does the thesis pass the “So What” test? Explain. Does the thesis pass the “how and why” test? Explain.
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2/5/11 Introductions Your introductions will change between now and the final paper, but we’re writing them now as a tool for managing the rest of the paper. At all costs, you want to avoid the “funnel introduction” in which you introduce the issue broadly and then funnel down to the specific focus of
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2/5/11 Remember: Old information before new information Thesis statement comes at the end of the introduction, and is the new information. Usually, the old information is the problem or question that the thesis addresses.
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2/5/11 The length and complexity of the
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Milano during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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Ec5 - Could someone argue with the point brought up in this thesis statement What arguments could be made Remember A thesis statement should always

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