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Writing a Conclusion

Writing a Conclusion
Writing a Conclusion
Writing a Conclusion
Writing a Conclusion
Writing a Conclusion
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Writing the Conclusion
In the past, you may have been told that your conclusion should summarize what you have already said by restating your thesis and main points. It is often helpful to restate your argument in the conclusion, particularly in a longer paper, but most professors and instructors want students to go beyond simply repeating what they have already said. Restating your thesis is just a short first part of your conclusion. Make sure that you are not simply repeating yourself; your restated thesis should use new and interesting language.
This document explains the following strategies:
The Final "So what?" Strategy
The "Connecting to a Course Theme" Strategy
The "Complicating Your Claim" Strategy
The "Posing a New Question" Strategy
The "Addressing Limitations" Strategy
Polishing Your Conclusion--and Your Paper
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