Dq1 week6 - 3 How do your topic sentences help support your thesis My topic supports my thesis with a clear and direct approach towards the topic

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1) What is the thesis of your research paper? 2) What strategy will you use to draw readers in as you write your introduction? 3) How do your topic sentences help support your thesis? 4) What types of supporting paragraphs did you use? 5) What type of conclusion will you use? 1) What is the thesis of your research paper? Although behavior analysis is used to rehabilitate criminals, there needs to be several techniques such as education and internal character building. 2) What strategy will you use to draw readers in as you write your introduction? My strategy to draw my readers in would be to use good and detailed information with few pictures to help support my topic. I will use pictures and graphs to get my audience attending and help them focus on the topic at hand.
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Unformatted text preview: 3) How do your topic sentences help support your thesis? My topic supports my thesis with a clear and direct approach towards the topic of my paper. 4) What types of supporting paragraphs did you use? My supporting paragraphs give the audience with detailed information that is correct and straight to the point on what the paper is talking about. I will back up all of the information that is presented to my audience with good detailed facts about the topic. 5) What type of conclusion will you use? The type of conclusion that I will use would be a Summaries. I would summarize all the high points in my paper and my thesis statement. I would make sure not to forget any points from my paper that would not to back up with good detailed facts, pictures and graphs....
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course ENGLISH com 150 taught by Professor Tere during the Summer '11 term at A.T. Still University.

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