Table 25 falls under the comment “Analysis” and “The FAVORS Step-by-Step Squaring Process.”
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Table 25: Outline of Roles for the Thesis (The FAVORS Definition of Thesis Exercise)
|Captain of the Thesis||Gives instructions to the lieutenant commander of body paragraphs|
|Lieutenant Commander of Body Paragraphs||Gives instructions to the first lieutenant of topic sentences to develop topic sentences that will support the thesis|
|First Lieutenant of Topic Sentences||Gives instructions to the second lieutenant of examples, descriptions, definitions, explanations, and evaluations to create supporting evidence for each topic sentence to support the thesis|
|Second Lieutenant of examples, descriptions, definitions, explanations, and evaluations||Gives instructions to the other noncommissioned officers of supporting evidence to support the evidence|
|Other Noncommissioned Officers of supporting evidence||Gives instructions to the petty officer of transition statements to end each body paragraph, prepare for the next body paragraph, and prepare to desist all activities|
|Petty Officer||Gives instructions to the enlisted men of revision support to confirm and check the accuracy of each instruction that supports the thesis (order)|
|Enlisted Men of Revision Support||Confirm and check for accuracy of each instruction that integrates and supports the thesis (order)|
Murphy’s illustration of the command structure represents a way in which the initial order (the vision) trickles down the military command chain as individual mission objectives for different parts (people) of the whole group. Each person has an instruction (mission) from the initial vision objective and is responsible for his or her job, which is to achieve the mission successfully.
All throughout Murphy’s illustration, the order is integrated from one person and divided into different parts. Although the command order may be different for different groups who are a part of the same platoon, the order doesn’t represent a deviation from the initial vision objective. The order is integrated at every level.
The same is true for the example table I have provided above. The thesis (order) starts with the student and is integrated within the body paragraphs, topic sentences, examples, explanations, evaluations, and other supporting evidence. In essence, no paragraph should deviate from the path the thesis has set. Whichever method the student chooses for the thesis, every subsequent paragraph must consistently adhere to the mission and objective of the thesis.
See The FAVORS Definition of Thesis (Task #7: Integrate) for more information.
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