Date of publication: 2017-07-08 17:19
The thesis statement presents a point worth making. The text is supported with relevant and sophisticated vocabulary that doesn’t intimidate the reader. The reader wants to keep going and find the resolution or the answer to questions posed by the author. It is possible to trace the statement through the entire paper without having to search for connections.
The rubric below shows up you can establish for students that writing is a growth process. The Level 8 for Middle School is the same as Level 6 for High School. If a student at the high school level isn't yet there, they can refer to the MS rubric to improve their work.
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The first paragraph is an opinion, unconfirmed fact, that’s too large to address in a single paper, or written with the goal of shocking or offending the reader for no reason beyond shock value. The sentence is not a thesis statement. It is not possible to trace the statement through the paper.
DQ 6 Stakeholder support is necessary for a successful change proposal project implementation. Name one internal (facility, unit or health care setting where the change process is situated) and one.
The thesis statement is advertisement that tells the reader where the essay will go, address, or accomplish. It establishes, in purposeful and evocative language, what the essay will do. The statement pulls in even the most reluctant reader. The essay contains information that may seem disconnected but the thesis pulls it all together.
The beginning of the text breaks the rules for writing a thesis and presents the center of the text in a new and evocative way. The theme or argument is explicit to the reader but is presented in a way that is new and compelling. The entire piece hinges on a single message while maintaining the tension with a renaissance approach.
The first paragraph states the obvious or includes facts that can be easily disputed. The vocabulary is routine and it’s lacks any voice or cause for the reader to continue. The sentence “feels” like a thesis statement but it’s not quite there. It is possible to trace the statement through the paper but it takes some inferring on the reader’s part.