Brainstorming allowed me to write down all of my first hand thoughts about the subject. Even though I may eliminate some, if allows me to write down whatever comes to my mind for further review. Using the list/bulleting strategy helped me to gather more perspective on the topic and ensure that my thesis is solid as a rock. In a previous class I learned about a checklist that assists you with creating your thesis statement.
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Freewriting allowed me to write down everything without being stopped or having to look at grammar.
Ex. Getting married can be a very stressful task. From getting engaged to the actual honeymoon can be overwhelming from some. So much time and planning has to go into each part of getting married to ensure that everything goes off without a hitch. Even then things can still go wrong. It is a good idea to have a wedding planner to share some of the load with. This person will carry the bulk of the load as this is their job. Brides have the advantage of telling the planner their ideas and visions along with the budget and let the planner do all of the foot work.
Checklist for Thesis Statement
· does it make an assertion about your topic?
· does it convey your opinion?
· is it limited to a single idea?
· is it specific?
· is the statement unified so that be parts relate to each other?
A honeymoon is perhaps the worst way to begin a marriage.
My prewriting strategy helps me in a lot of ways. Out of the strategies that I used I must say I prefer the brainstorming method. I like the way I can just create bullet points to list my ideas and thoughts. For me it seems to be the easiest and less stressful.
After exploring the MyCompLab, I feel that I will utilize its features often. Everything is right there at your finger tips. The tab or section that I liked the most was the composing tab. It...