Is writing an argumentative thesis statement for a paper the same as writing one for an essay?
No. It’s similar but not the same. Learning how to write an argumentative thesis statement for an academic paper is more challenging than writing one for an essay. In both a paper and an essay an argumentative thesis statement makes a claim about an issue or topic.
But In an argumentative essay, you add reasons and some research to prove your thesis statement. If you write an argumentative essay for an exam you may not even need to include research. So, writing a thesis statement for your essay is a quicker process. If you want to look at how to write a thesis statement for an essay check out “How to Develop A Thesis Statement for an Essay in 5 Easy Steps” at http://bit.ly/2lgFsqS.
But a thesis statement for an argumentative paper shows a higher level of thinking than an essay. You dive deep into your issue. Plus in a paper, you need to include a lot of proof backed up by research. So you don’t start right away with selecting a topic and adding your point of view. In a thesis statement for an argumentative paper, you begin with a research question.
The video, “How to Write An Argumentative Thesis Statement” shows you how to start with a research question, and then develop a thesis statement. Watch it now and see how to create your thesis statement with the guide, “How to Write an Argumentative Thesis Statement.”
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