Write down three to five examples to prove your thesis statement for each topic. Use the "SEE" model as a formula for each example. "S" stands for "statement" and is a reiteration of what you're trying to prove. For example, your statement could be that a dog trainer who rewards a dog for relieving itself outside sees faster and more permanent results than a trainer who scolds a dog for doing it inside. The first "E" stands for "example" and is the proof that you need to back up what you say in your statement. Provide specific examples to prove your statement. The last "E" stands for "Explanation" and is used to reiterate how your example ties into the thesis. For example, you might explain that because the first trainer used positive rewards, he saw better results than the trainer who scolded the dog. Therefore, trainers should use positive rewards when potty training a dog.