Sorting Arguments Into Paragraphs When Writing A Doctorate Thesis

It is a very difficult task creating a thesis for a doctorate mainly from the point of view that it is a major undertaking. It is something that will take a great deal of time and require you to put in a lot of effort not just to create it, but to create it very well. One of the ways in which you can make your task easier, if easier is the word, is in the way you organize your working and the actual writing of the document itself.

It's most important that you understand the difference between an argument and an opinion. In creating your doctorate you will put forward a thesis statement. This is where you announce your argument; you state the so-called contentious issue you wish to prove throughout the writing of your doctorate. But your thesis statement is not an argument. It is the basis for your argument but not the argument itself.

Planning is everything

So having made your thesis statement, you then need to set about proving why you believe it to be the case. Your specific thesis statement needs to be supported by specific arguments. And this is where the organization skills carry so much weight.

First you need to simply list each one of the points you are to make as the argument in favour of your thesis statement. Keep each of these points as short as possible, use as few words as possible. Next you need to place them in such a way that they relate well to one another. In other words it is like telling a story where you build the tension until it reaches the climax.

Place your list of argument points in such a way that they build the tension, they assist the way you are setting out to prove your thesis statement. Now that you have them in the correct order, it is important that when you get into the writing of each argument, that they are separated, that they are placed in separate paragraphs.

This makes it so much easier for the reader. Once they see the beginning of the new paragraph, it mentally prepares them for a new line of thinking, for a new idea. So it is not so much that you do have a new argument but rather that it is in a separate paragraph which further gives it more credibility.

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Tips to consider

Start writing with brainstorming.Any essay or research paper start with creating an interesting and unique topic. Most students find it hard to make up a topic that would interest the professor. The easiest solution is check the available college paper examples available online for free use. Read the topics, write down the ones you like, conduct a research and give birth to a great topic of your own. The alternative way is to read a newspapers, watch a television program and write about any current issue going on in the world.

Proofread and edit your draft.Make sure to check your final draft before submitting it to your school. Most students are so happy they've finally finished writing their essay or research paper, they forget to spell-check and search for grammar and punctuation mistakes. Most professional writers even use the help of editors (and actually pay them for their services) to ensure the paper is coherent, well-structured and flows well.

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