Thesis Statement Workshop
Time to get ourselves a working thesis statement! Please note, I do expect whatever you come up with today to morph and change as you write and think more deeply about how to synthesize your research. This is to get us started, and give you some direction in your outlining process.
Once you have a thesis statement that has gone through the critique process (see Senior Project page for this!), you should start outlining. My suggestion is that you start thinking about Part 3, and thinking about how you want to organize this section. Think about major themes in your research, different arguments that are made about your topic, and start making groups. Then move on to outlining Parts 1 and 2.
Work on your outline! The sooner you finish (and get it approved by Lori), the more time you have to write!
Humanities teacher at Animas High School