a Once a thesis statement is drafted it should not be revised b In short essays

A once a thesis statement is drafted it should not be

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a.) Once a thesis statement is drafted, it should not be revised b.) In short essays, the thesis statement usually appears in the first paragraph. c.) A good working thesis statement helps the writer maintain focus while drafting d.) The thesis statement articulates an essay’s controlling idea. a.) Correct.
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A working thesis statement is a starting point - it often changes as the writing is developed. Revision of the thesis statement is always an option. Therefore, this statement is false. 6 — Theses: Asking what and why Understand how to ask "what" and "why" questions to improve a thesis statement When asking “why” about a thesis statement, writers should consider the “occasion for writing.” This includes thinking about __________. a.) the types of support they will use b.) the significance of their chosen topic c.) their purpose and intended audience d.) their personal ability to create an argument c.) Correct. The "occasion for writing" considers the rhetorical situation, which includes purpose and audience. 7 — Narrowing Your Thesis Understand strategies for narrowing a thesis statement.
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