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Outline Lesson

This is a brief lesson on how to create an outline that will help you organize your thoughts before writing a research essay.

Lauri Goodling

on 9 April 2011

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Transcript of Outline Lesson

The Outline helps organize thoughts I. Introduction
II. Body Paragraphs/Point 1
III. Body Paragraphs/Point 2
IV. Body Paragraphs/Point 3
V. Conclusion General Format Introduction = Working Thesis
gives the outline direction
helps you stay focused Body Paragraphs = Main Supporting Points for Thesis

Topic Sentences
Supporting Points
Specific Examples (quoted excerpts or notes from sources) Conclusion = Ending
jot down any ideas you have about how you will close Sample Elements of Effective Outlines

(Purdue OWL) Visualize Web Page Design Visual Outline/Map
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