Supporting Points and Proof
These are the things you’re going to use to prove your thesis. Unless otherwise specified, at least three supporting points are required to prove a thesis, and each of those supporting points should have some proof given for them. The proof can be direct or indirect quotes from other texts, empirical evidence (evidence you can see/touch/hear/smell/taste), scenes from a play or story, etc.
When you’re sure you have good, strong points and proof, make sure you’ve explained how they relate to the thesis. Clear explanation and analysis of your points and proof is vital to the reader’s understanding of your text.