Designed to be used with a synthesis essay prompt, this graphic organizer will guide students through creating a thesis statement through the lens of syllogisms and enthymemes.
Part I: Notes
Part II: Observations from class thesis statements
Part III: Revising for a successful thesis as enthymeme
The key immediately following the student handout pages includes the notes for Part I as well as sample thesis statement work based on the 2008 AP Language and Composition synthesis question about the penny.
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