A thesis statement is an idea that you state and prove to your readers. Write a three prong thesis to describe your argument and back it up with three points. Use proper essay structure for your thesis.

Pre-write your thesis by outlining your ideas. Use the bubble method of brainstorming to come up with three good points to use. Pick three points that will back up your argument.

Create an introduction for your essay or report. Explain your topic in the first sentence and then write your thesis statement. Your thesis will describe how you are going to prove your topic sentence.

Write three points that you will prove or argue in your essay. These three points should specify or back up what you are stating in your topic sentence. You will explain each of these points in your essay.

Include three steps if you are writing an explanatory essay. Include three things you will use to prove your thesis is true if you are writing an argumentative essay.

Use topic sentences to write these points so you can expand on the points in each paragraph of your essay. Make sure your three points will be clear because they will also be the basis of your three opening sentences for each of your paragraphs.

Conclude your thesis by leading into your essay. Your essay will begin with the first prong of your thesis statement.