How to Construct an Effective Thesis Statement at the High School Level
In this one-time course, your student will learn how to craft an effective thesis statement so they can set up the rest of their paper for success!
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Through engaging activities, discussion, and direct instruction, students taking this one-time course will learn to craft a very effective thesis statement. We will cover the individual components required of a thesis statement, as well as several potential structures students can choose from depending on the assigned essay type. Class will begin with a quick icebreaker. For about 10-15 minutes I will break down every part of a thesis statement, and I will provide students with several...
Students will learn to craft an effective thesis statement. Since a thesis statement is the entire foundation of a solid essay, it will become the blueprint for the rest of their paper.
I have formal English teaching experience in brick-and-mortar schools. I am certified to teach English for grades 7-12. I am also certified in Special Education for grades EC-12 and Core Subjects for grades EC-6.
No homework will be assigned for this one-time class.
All students will need is a pen and some notebook paper!
Learner progress will be evaluated through student creation of a polished thesis statement.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Katie DavisMaking English Simpler
I mostly teach reading and writing classes. I have formal teaching experience in brick-and-mortar classrooms and online tutoring. I believe that every child can grow to love reading and use writing as a powerful tool. I have a Maltipoo named...