Monday, November 7, 2011

Is there a Problem, Officer?

"Combination problem" Public Domain (Wikimedia)
For an argumentative thesis to have extra appeal and attraction, it should answer some sort of "burning question" the reader has. For example, if the thesis is a solution to a problem the audience is facing, they will read with keen attention.

In this week's blog entries, students will identify a “problem” that your “solution” thesis will answer. (They will only identify the problem, using material from your previous research – but they will not suggest a solution... yet.)