You should definitely not use a question as your thesis sentence.Let’s say your topic is: Is the Democratic party actually racist?Keep in mind a great title must identify the topic of discussion.
These phrases/keywords seem extractions from some stories.
Some college entrance essays get an immediate feedback; other works of hard-working applicants fail without being read.
As a writing teacher, I would advise a student not to use a question as a title.
They can start writing with a question in mind, but in the end, they need to have answered the question, and it’s more powerful to use the *answer* as the title.
Morgan Kahler says she forgot to update the title of her essay on the criminal justice system before she filed it her professor, Joe Yocum.
Rather than shying away from the error, Kahler, who is in the second year of her degree at the University of Nebraska, decided to share her shame on social media.
Though Kahler has a humble Twitter following of 765 people, the tweet’s impact has been far greater.
At the time of writing, the post has a staggering 57,000 retweets and 270,000 likes.
As soon as you do that and start reading the headlines, you’ll notice one thing: some of them don’t make any sense. Tweak them a little so they are grammatically correct.
Now that you have those (you should get at least 25 out of the total headlines), try to look up a secondary keyword or a pain point. Headline Generator Results using Underscores Headline Generator Results using [BLANK] Write down another 25 headlines (you could also copy paste them into your word processor; personally I prefer pencil and paper or sticky notes). Ask others to score it by using the Headline Scorecard.