Thesis Quotations Conclusions
Writing a good thesis
Provides an answer to the question: what does your paper assert?
Provides direction for what the rest of the paper will prove
Should be something that someone could argue against
Avoid vague language
Avoid description of what you are going to look at
Example of an argument
“This essay will compare and contrast the printed version of “The
Unrepentant Whore” with the digital version of the essay that I created in
order to comment on the difference between print and digital media.
o Not really an argument, more like describing
Whereas the print version of “The Unrepentant Whore” uses descriptive
imagery, is author-centered, and unfolds in a linear way, the digital version that I created uses visual imagery, is reader-centered and offers
the opportunity for readers to network.
o Better than version 1, st