It's back to school time again. I'm reposting a post I wrote earlier with tips to write a great theme statement—and it's possible in three easy steps. Yay!
The graphic above to shows how to compose a theme statement using the three steps given here. I think this handy fill-in-the-blank format to writing a theme is almost fool-proof for kids in middle grades and above.
3 Steps to Write a Theme Statement:
1) Select an important TOPIC the book includes. Topic ideas include: freedom, love, trust, death, forgiveness, and many others. (This topic is often called an abstract concept.)
2) Begin the theme statement by listing the book genre, the name of the book, and author. (See graphic above to help you begin the sentence.)
3) Now finish the statement from above by adding what the author REVEALS about the topic.
I've got more homework help on the blog. Check out the links to posts below.
Are you looking for more homework help?
Here are a few more writing resources I created:
How to Write a Concluding Sentence: Did you know the last sentence of a paragraph is key to keeping your reader's interested? I've got a foolproof and easy way to write a strong concluding sentence.
How to Write a Strong Paragraph: Composing a strong paragraph is key to writing effective reports and essays. I created the following handy guide to help you writean effective paragraph.
How to Write an Essay: A helpful checklist to help you polish an essay before you turn in an assignment.
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