Constructing the Thesis (in seven pieces)

When writing academic papers, the most anxiety-inducing step may be looking at a blank page and trying to come up with a thesis statement.

Yet the key to a successful paper relies heavily on a solid and comprehensive one.

Instructors focus on it; students fret over it.

During this 60 to 90 minute session (time dependent upon attendees' input and questions), you will learn three primary points:

  1. Understanding the importance of a well-constructed thesis

  2. Ways to approach the thesis when writing, and

  3. A template to follow that, if put into practice, assures writers of any level a high-caliber thesis statement.

Teacher's Bio: Bill recently retired after over 25 years in both high school and college classrooms teaching everything from basic grammer to film studies but with a concentration on freshman composition and critical analysis writing classes. His complete bio is available on his main Allfalfa page.
Style of Offering : Powerpoint notes and template will be provided before and during this session. It will combine discussion and lecture witha hands-on practice session.
Max Number of Attendees: no limit
Date and Time : Friday, March 19, 2021, 1:30 p.m. Pacific time
Signup Deadline: 24 Hours in Advance