Your readers—especially your instructors—want to read writing that engages them.
Example: Let’s say you write an essay about the relevance of uniforms at schools.
Your descriptive thesis statement would be:“Though uniforms are told to enhance community spirit and unity, educational institutions should not force students to wear them.
A thesis statement clearly identifies the topic being discussed, it should only cover what is being discussed in the paper, and is written for a specific audience.
Your thesis statement belongs at the end of your first paragraph, also known as your introduction.