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Basic outline template
 

Basic outline template

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This is an excellent way to write your essay, to stay organized, and to understand how outlines are formatted.

This is an excellent way to write your essay, to stay organized, and to understand how outlines are formatted.

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    Basic outline template Basic outline template Document Transcript

    • Full Name Section/Date “Enemy of the People” Project OutlineI. Introductory Paragraph A. The Narrative Hook- B. Background Information (You may list bullet points)- MY POINTS HERE C. My Qualified Thesis Statement-II. Body Paragraphs A. First BP 1. Topic Sentence- 2. Blended Evidence (with Quotation Marks and MLA citation)- 3. Analysis of the Quote- B. Second BP 1. Topic Sentence- 2. Blended Evidence (with Quotation Marks and MLA citation)- 3. Analysis of the Quote-
    • Full Name Section/Date “Enemy of the People” Project OutlineIII. Counter-Argument Body Paragraph (CA) COUNTER (OTHER-SIDE) ARGUMENT C. THEIR SIDE 1. Topic Sentence- 2. Blended Evidence (with Quotation Marks and MLA citation)- 3. Analysis of the Quote- COUNTER ARGUMENT: THE REBUTTAL D. MY SIDE 1. Topic Sentence- 2. Blended Evidence (with Quotation Marks and MLA citation)- 3. Analysis of the Quote-IV. Conclusive Paragraph (*Note- the restatement of thesis & BPs do not need to be exactly alike) 1. Revisits the Thesis Statement- 2. Restates Body Paragraphs- 3. States L3 Generalizations-V. Works Cited/Resources/Bibliography Section (In MLA- Format; You may use OWL Purdue or thePocket Style Manual by Diana Hacker)