How to Write a Thesis
By now you have a good grasp of your information and are ready to hone your thesis statement (see How to Write a Thesis Statement). Now you are ready to examine the thesis to make certain it is the point you want to make and to make changes to be sure it will provide an organizing guide for your development.
If your thesis is not a simple declarative sentence, you may find that you have too many ideas in it to keep your development on track. A good example: “Climate warming is a hoax and does not endanger our future.” You will be going off in two directions with this thesis statement, so you need to decide which way you want to go before you waste time trying to prove two things.