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Thesis Gee

Posted by Racer on October 14, 2007, at 12:41:10

In reply to Re: One word: OUTLINE! Racer, posted by Gee on October 14, 2007, at 11:32:20

Hm... That one is harder for me, and I do try to include a Thesis statement in my outlines most of the time.

Generally, once I know what I'm writing, I can figure out where I'm planning to go with it. From there, I write a sentence which will cover my central idea. If I can't get it there, I write it after I've come up with the three Main Points. It's almost a rewrite of the Intro statement, so it's probably not nearly as intimidating as you might think.

Hope that helps. And do let me know.




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