Destruction of Indigenous communities analysis paper

Example of creating a thesis statement, and a list of arguments (outline), in response to a
Question: What was the long term impact of the 60s Scoop?
Thesis: The long term impact of the 60s Scoop was continued destruction of Indigenous communities. This is
demonstrated by the removal of children from their families, adopting children into non-Indigenous families
far away from their homes, and the creation of intergenerational trauma.
Paragraph 1: Removal of children from families
Point: The removal of children from families contributed to the destruction of Indigenous communities.
Paragraph 2: Adopting children into non-Indigenous families far away from their homes
Point: Adopting children into non-Indigenous families far away from their homes caused destruction in
Indigenous communities.
Paragraph 3: Creation of Intergenerational Trauma
Point: Removing children from their families and communities to non-Indigenous families during the 60s Scoop
created intergenerational trauma, which in turn caused destruction of Indigenous communities.
Essay Checklist
You can use this checklist to see if you have all the components of an effective essay.
❏ Factual Evidence
❏ Understanding of evidence
❏ Uses specific evidence to support opinions and judgements
❏ Use correct and complete information regarding topic
❏ Develops clear thesis statement
❏ Format/layout of essay is appropriate
❏ Shows evidence of in depth research regarding topic
❏ Develops and Organizes arguments logically
❏ Depth of Analysis: Analyzes evidence and relates to thesis
❏ Uses correctly the language and structure of Canadian-English language
❏ Communicates ideas and arguments clearly
❏ Paper has smooth transitions and flows naturally
❏ Style and arguments are appropriate for an academic audience and essay format
❏ Essay includes all required elements and follows logical format
❏ Correct and complete notation and works cited information
Use this checklist to make sure you have completed important steps:
I have created a guiding question and a thesis statement
I have received approval of thesis statement from my teacher
I have completed research outlines on my three main points
Bibliography (at least 5 sources)
Citations (at least 3 footnotes per page)
I have received feedback on my research from my teacher
I have completed an outline for my essay
I have received feedback on my outline from my teacher
I have completed a draft of my essay
I have received feedback on my draft essay from my teacher
Evidence (facts to support) for each argument (more evidence = better proof = higher level of
I have explicitly related each argument to my thesis statement
Writing Tips
A thesis is not a description of your paper topic, a question, a statement of fact, or a statement of opinion. A
thesis is a statement that reflects what you have concluded about the topic of your paper based on your
analysis and interpretation of the source materials you have examined (your research). It is an answer to a
question, it is specific, and it is a debatable point (picks one side of an argument).
Structure of Essay
Primary and Secondary Sources
Primary Sources: materials produced by people or groups directly involved in the event or topic.
Examples: letters, diaries, newspapers, speeches, pictures, interviews
Secondary Sources: works that comment on and interpret primary sources.
Examples: scholarly books and articles

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