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How to create an outline

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How to create an outline
Main topic
What are the main ideas you want to convey or need to convince your audience?
Arrange main points in a logical order and list them in the outline using Roman numerals (I. II. III. IV. V. VI. etc..)
Subtopic
Create subtopics beneath each major point
Use the Capital letters of the alphabet (A, B, C, D...)
Details and Facts
Include details and facts about each subtopic
Include other information related to the subtopic
This is represented by Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.)
Statistics and logistics
Include statistics and logistics of the subtopic's details and information
Notes
Include notes, page number, book titles, internet sources, etc of where you found this information
Use small Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, iv, v, etc)
So it should look like this
I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

VII.

VIII.

IX.

X.
I. = 1

II.= 2

III. = 3

IV.= 5-1=4

V.= 5

VI.= 5+1=6

VII. = 5+2=7

VIII.= 5+3=8

IX.= 10-1=9

X.= 10


I. Main topic 1
A. Subtopic 1
B. Subtopic 2
C. Subtopic 3
D. Subtopic 4
E. Subtopic 5

II. Main topic 2
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
I. Main topic 1
A. Subtopic 1
1. Detail 1
2. Detail 2
3. Detail 3
B. Subtopic 2
1.
2.
3.
C. Subtopic 3
1.
2.
3.
I. Main topic 1
A. Subtopic 1
1. Detail 1
a) Statistic/logistic 1
b) Statistic/logistic 2
c) Statistic/logistic 3
2. Detail 2
a)
b)
c)
B. Subtopic 2
1. Detail 1
2. Detail 2
I. Main topic 1
A. Subtopic 1
1. Detail 1
a) Statistic/logistic 1
i. Note 1
ii. Note 2
iii. Note 3
iv. Note 4
v. Note 5
II. Main topic 2
A. Subtopic 1
1. Detail 1
a) Statistic/logistic 1
I.
A.
1.
a)
i.
ii.
b)
i.
ii.
2.
a)
i.
B.
1.
a)
i.
2.
a)
i.
II.
A.
1.
a)
i.
B.
1.
a)
i.
III.
A.
1.
a)
i.
IV.
A.
1.
a)
V.
A.
1.
a)
I. Main topic
A. Sub topic
1. Detail
a) Statistics
i. sources
ii. page #
b) Logistics
i. sources
ii. page #
I. = 1







V = 5









X. =10
Example:
I. Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
A. formation of the High Alps
1. extension of the natural World Heritage property
a) most glaciated part of the mountain range and the largest glacier in Eurasia
i. surface area up to 82,400 ha., up from 53,900
B. universal value
1. important role in European culture
a) art, literature, mountaineering and alpine tourism
C. wide diversity of ecosystems
1. Vegetation and fauna are representative of the Alps
a) north side
i. forests at lower elevations consist of broadleaved species such as beech, ash, alder, elm and birch
b) south side
i. too dry for beech, which is replaced by Scots pine
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