Date of publication: 2017-09-03 13:12
Compare this to the original weak thesis. This final thesis presents a way of interpreting evidence that illuminates the significance of the question. Keep in mind that this is one of many possible interpretations of the Civil War—it is not the one and only right answer to the question. There isn 8767 t one right answer there are only strong and weak thesis statements and strong and weak uses of evidence.
8775 This paper is supposed to be on the politics of tobacco production but even though I went to all the lectures and read the book I can 8767 t think of what to say and I 8767 ve felt this way for four minutes now and I have 66 minutes left and I wonder if I 8767 ll keep thinking nothing during every minute but I 8767 m not sure if it matters that I am babbling and I don 8767 t know what else to say about this topic and it is rainy today and I never noticed the number of cracks in that wall before and those cracks remind me of the walls in my grandfather 8767 s study and he smoked and he farmed and I wonder why he didn 8767 t farm tobacco 8776
Despite their high-tech special effects, today's graphically violent horror movies do not convey the creative use of cinematography or the emotional impact that we saw in the classic horror films of the 6995s and 55s.
The first list might be based on your thesis you would jot down as many 75th-century inventions as you could, as long as you know of their positive effects on society. The second list might be based on the opposite claim, and you would instead jot down inventions that you associate with a decline in that society 8767 s quality. You could do the same two lists for 69th-century inventions and then compare the evidence from all four lists.
What follows are great ideas on how to brainstorm—ideas from professional writers, novice writers, people who would rather avoid writing, and people who spend a lot of time brainstorming about…well, how to brainstorm.
There is nothing magically 8775 correct 8776 about a thesis on challenging a cultural stereotype. Instead of claiming that a book 8775 challenges a genre 8767 s stereotypes , 8776 you might instead argue that some text “ provides a more expensive but more ethical solution than X ” or “ challenges Jim Smith 8767 s observation that 8766 [some quote from Smith here] 8767 ”. (Don 8767 t automatically use 8775 challenges a genre 8767 s stereotype 8776 in the hopes of coming up with the 8775 correct 8776 thesis.)
Now look over your batch of responses. Do you see that you have more to say about one or two of the questions? Or, are your answers for each question pretty well balanced in depth and content? Was there one question that you had absolutely no answer for? How might this awareness help you to decide how to frame your thesis claim or to organize your paper? Or, how might it reveal what you must work on further, doing library research or interviews or further note-taking?
The crucial point is that you keep on writing even if you believe you are saying nothing. Word must follow word, no matter the relevance. Your freewriting might even look like this: