Learning Goal: I’m working on a english project and need a sample draft to help

Learning Goal: I’m working on a english project and need a sample draft to help me learn.Go to this week’s Learning Resources and make sure that you have carefully read the following:”Thesis Statements”
“What Is a Thesis Statement?”
“How Do I Create a Thesis?”
“How Do I Know if My Thesis Is Strong?”
“Your Thesis Can Be a Blueprint”
“Brainstorming”
Make sure you understand the assigned readings before drafting your thesis for Paper 1. Remember that thesis building is an iterative process of trial and error, so you probably will need to work through a few different versions of your thesis statement. As you draft and redraft, ask yourself the four questions discussed in Week 3 Insights and the six questions discussed in “How Do I know if My Thesis Is Strong?”Instructions for Week 3 Homework:Refer to the Thesis Blueprint homework handout.
Refer to the examples provided in the handout and complete these steps:
Write your thesis statement, paying attention to vocabulary, grammar, syntax, and punctuation. Short story titles are placed within quotation marks in MLA style. Authors are referenced by their full names at first mention, and by last name thereafter.
Paraphrase your claim and three warrants. You do not need to place them into a graphic, but please label and list each one:
Claim =Warrant 1 =Warrant 2 =Warrant 3 =This is the story I will be using for my paper: “A Jury of Her Peers” by Susan GlaspellBelow is a thesis blueprint for reference.
Requirements: n/a

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