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  • II.)  First Topic: 
  • Directions: 
  • I.)  Introduction
  • III.)  Second Topic: 
  • B.)  Thesis Statement
  • A.) Subtopic
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  • A.)  Background Information
  • A.) Subtopic
  • B.) Subtopic
  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
  • 1.) Write out thesis statement with key points
  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
  • 1.) General background information presented in short phrases 2.) Specific background information presented in short phrases leading to thesis statement
  • IV.)  Third Topic: 
  • VI.)  Conclusion:
  • V.)  Fourth Topic: (Optional for longer papers)
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  • A.) Summary of key points and restatement of thesis B.) Final Statement / Clincher
  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
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  • You've created an outline for your paper!  Make sure to keep it in 12-point academic font, and double-spaced! 
  • Don't forget that you should not be using full sentences anywhere except for the thesis statement!
  • Remember, the outline should give a quick glimpse at what your paper is about. Give only the brief key details! Let your reader find your in-depth analysis of each point in your paper!
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  • 1.) Supporting Details 2.) Supporting Details 3.) Supporting Details 4.) Supporting Details
  • Now it's your turn! Go to the next page and plug in the information for your paper's outline! 
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