How do you narrow down a thesis statement?

How do you narrow down a thesis statement?

A Thesis is too narrow when the main idea is so specific that an argument cannot be well developed and formulated. Example: “I like dogs because they bark.” This would be an example of a narrow thesis statement. From this statement, we know that I like dogs, and I do present a reason.

What does too broad and too narrow mean?

If the topic is too broad, you will be overwhelmed with information. If the topic is too narrow, you may not be able to find enough information for your research paper.

How can you tell if your research topic is too narrow or too broad?

Your topic is probably too broad when: you realize you won’t have enough space in your paper to cover everything about your topic that you want to cover. you feel like your topic is pulling you in lots of different directions–it’s hard to combine all of the information you are finding out about it.

What is a narrow question?

Once you get them talking then you ask them some narrow questions. Narrow questions are typically a “Yes” or “No” answer. Examples: “Have you ever had (X Product or Service) before?” “Can you see how (Your Product or Service) will help you achieve (Prospect’s Desired Outcome)?

What is a sentence for narrow?

Narrow sentence examples. He pointed to a set of narrow stairs. Her dark hair was pulled back severely from a narrow face. She crossed her heart as she pulled to the side of the narrow road to let a Jeep pass.