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Write a brief phrase to explain how each main point makes a different contribution to the thesis.

Tip: Use content-independent terms—words that describe the essay, not the topic. These include verbs such as explain, prove, show, demonstrate, apply, analyze, define; and nouns such as thesis, topic, term, concept, analysis, definition, support. For example:

  • This section defines two key terms in the thesis and analyzes their relationship.
  • This section applies the analysis from the previous section to the main focus of the thesis.

The goal here is to see how an argument is a series of steps that leads the reader to the conclusion. Each step contributes something unique to the overall idea. You can also think of each main point as proving a different part of the thesis, or proving a point that has to be true if the thesis is going to be true. Stepping away from the content to focus on the essay makes it easier to see how these parts work together.

A finished analysis will combine content-independent terms with content-specific terms (words that refer to the topic of the essay). This step helps make it possible to do that.

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