The Thesis Statement Your thesis statement guides all the other elements of your paper.
The introductory paragraph should flow into the argument of the thesis statement—the final sentence of your introduction.
The last section is the Conclusion and is the inverse of the Introduction.
The conclusions begins with a modified version of the thesis statement followed by a few points that address your overall conclusions on the topic.
Take your time to formulate logical correlations between argument and evidence.
Your instructors are most interested in how you synthesize and apply supporting evidence to your arguments.
Always cite any supporting evidence that you use, especially quotations.
Conclusion The conclusion is more than a summary of the paper.
The thesis statement consists of a single sentence containing between 2 and 5 points depending on the length of the paper.
If your thesis takes more than one sentence to state, revise your thesis. In the body, you set upon the task of proving the points made by the thesis.