Writing a Thesis Oriented Paper

Writing a thesis oriented paper calls for the writer to identify an issue, declare their stand on it and to support it with justifiable evidence. It calls for the writer to scrutinize deeply the facts of a particular issue and draw their own conclusions about the facts.

 A writer has to choose a topic to write on and they should choose a topic they have interest in. This helps the writer to explore the topic with enthusiasm hence giving the reader credible final content. The topic chosen should be wide enough to provide information needed to support the writer's claims on that particular issue they have chosen to write on; however, it should not be too broad that the writer cannot manage it.

A thesis paper must have a thesis statement, which is a clear one line statement to which the whole content of the paper revolves around. It should be brief and clear, stating the problem one is explaining and how the writer explains it. A thesis statement usually comes in the introduction and it helps the reader to know the stand of the writer on the issue the writer is discussing.

 The writer must conduct a literature review on the issue they are presenting; by showing how their answers on the issue are the best compared to the existing ones. Writers should show clearly the approaches to the issue and point out the gaps left in the existing statistics about the issue they are presenting.

 A good thesis paper must have the best outline, hence the writer must draft a sketch of the whole paper from the beginning to the end. A clear outline ensures that ideas are well connected and that they are easy to follow. A good outline gives the content a good well transitioned shape which comes from an excellent evolution of ideas. An outline gives the writer the basis on to which to start their discussion; it becomes easier for the writer to think in chapters and develop one chapter at a time.
The argument and claims of the reader must be clear throughout the paper; the reader has to follow an argument without unnecessary strain. The writer must have the target audience in mind and must anticipate the level of knowledge they have on the particular topic the writer is covering. It is important for the writer to use the best tone in-order to communicate the point  effectively.

Readers should get the context of the argument early enough in the paper, hence the writer must present his/her views early enough for the reader to follow easily. Points in the body of the paper must have a smooth transition from one to the other and they must be properly backed up with evidence. The writer's points must fall logically with a distinct analysis easy for the reader to comprehend.

Paragraphs used in the body of the paper must be of the right length; they should be well ordered to present an idea at a time and answer it appropriately. The sentences should be straight to the point since very long sentences put off readers, because they are difficult to follow. The paper should be written in plain language and in the active voice. Proofreading has to be done to eliminate cases of grammatical errors and also to make sure that all information in the paper is justifiable.