Criterion 1: Clarity and comprehensiveness of definitions • What is ‘The Good Life’ • What is knowledge Criterion 2: Articulation of personal philosophy • How does the above align with your personal philosophy Criterion 3: References • Draws on highly relevant sources to build argument A thesis statement The thesis statement is the core idea of your second assessment, and in this first assessment task you are going to produce a short thesis statement that will lead you into writing the second assessment task essay. Every paper you write should have a main point, a main idea, or central message. As a result, the argument you make in your paper should reflect this main idea. The sentence(s) that captures your position on this main idea is known as a thesis statement. in the first assessment task you are asked to generate a thesis statement that addresses the following guiding questions: 1. What is the Good Life? 2. What is knowledge, and these then are linked to: • Your personal philosophy on life In writing your 250-word Thesis Statement you will clearly articulate and interrelate your response to each of these points above.
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