Happy Monday! I have received some great thesis statements, so it seems that you have done some great research, or have chosen something you know very well to write your essay about.
Where you go next, depends on your writing process. Some of you like to start by writing the introduction. While this may seem like a logical starting point, some people like to write the essay first, and then go back to write the intro. Either way is fine; it just depends on your writing style.
Pathway 1) If you are someone who would liike to start with the introduction, have a read through these guidelines. The intro is the first impression the reader gets, so it is worth taking some time to thin about what you will write:
Pathway 2) This involves organizing your information, so that it proves your thesis in the smoothest way possible. Should your first few paragraphs give the reader some background so they understand the issue? Should you shock the reader right off the bat? What information should you END with, to give the most "oomph". Take some time to plan out your paragraphs so they will be most effective. Also, this is a great time to start thinking about the transitions you could use as you connect everything together:
Let's take a couple of weeks to plan things out, whichever pathway works for you, and write a draft including the intro. Give lots of thought to how you organize. Of course, if you have things completed now, you can turn them in on Teams, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Email me, or comment on Teams if I can help with anything.