Though Marc is a college instructor, and this geared toward theses, I feel this can also be applied to fiction! Plus, Marc has a really good “way” about him, and wanted to share his thoughts. Enjoy!

Marc Schuster, etc.

Here’s a brief lesson on thesis statements titled “What’s the Point?” Anyone who’s an educator (or just thinks this lesson is worth sharing) should feel free to use it! I do, however, suggest watching it in full-screen mode, as some of the print is small.

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  1. Karen Lin says:

    Opinion supported by evidence? What? You mean use the old noggin’ to work through the sludge of info we walk through to find the real scoop of genuine poop and then actually think on it? Heavens, that’s subversive, Frank!

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