Continue working on the topic you chose to explore in the last week’s discussion and in your graphic organizer. In this week’s discussion, post your thesis statement for your peers to review and answer the questions below. Remember that a thesis statement is one sentence in length, and it encapsulates the central idea of your essay. It should be no longer than 20–25 words.
Use the following format to meet this requirement:
- Is my thesis statement too specific? Why or why not?
- Is my thesis statement too general? Why or why not?
- Is my thesis statement capable of supporting three body paragraphs? Why or why not?
- Is my thesis statement under 25 words, clear, and concise?
- Does my thesis statement avoid the use of first and second person language? (First and second person language includes the following word forms: I, me, my, we, our, us, you, your, yourselves, etc.).
Submission Criteria Write your thesis statement. Your post should be substantive and free of spelling and grammatical errors. remember what u wrote me last week on assignment prewriting Option 1: Is it wise to unplug for a summer? A current topic being explored by some parents is going unplugged for a summer, meaning eliminating the use of all or many parts of technology, such as computers, iPods/iPads, televisions, etc., for the summer months. Is this a good idea given the over-dependence on technology? Alternatively, is it a poor decision given the many benefits of technology?