This page contains enriched content visible when JavaScript is enabled or by clicking here. Skip to main content
Queens University of Charlotte




 

Research 101: Writing Your Paper

Thesis Statement

It is important to begin your paper with a strong thesis statement. 

Thesis- a proposition states or put forward for consideration, especially one to be discusses and proved or to be maintained against objections.

For mor information about thesis statements check out the information provided by Purdue Owl.

 

Body of you Paper

For more information about the writing process and developing the body of your paper check out Purdue Owl.

Conclusion

In your conclusion remember to that your conclusion will be similar to your introduction and will summarize the points from your introduction. Your conclusion will also lead to more research on your topic by the reader. 

Research Companion

More Help

Types of Writing Assignments