Ch 8; P 149 154

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  • Ch 8; P 149 154

    1. 1. Principles of Outlining p. 149-151
    2. 2. Subordination • Process of putting info in order of importance • Separate main points and less important info • Use an outline format to present organized info
    3. 3. Identifying • Determine “main” from “subordinate” info • Use Roman numerals to identify main points • Use alphabet and Arabic numerals for subpoints.
    4. 4. Outline Format The Black Rat Snake I. Physical characteristics A. Colorization 1. Adults a. Visually distinct from eastern king b. Visually distinct from rattlesnake 2. Juveniles B.
    5. 5. Division A main point divided should have at least 2 subpoints If you have an “A.” point, have a “B.” point, as well Subpoints focus on supporting facts Each level (main, sub, etc) should maintain equal importance
    6. 6. Parallelism Using points similar in form & grammatical structure (gerund + article + noun) Uses phrases/words within the level of subordination • Determining the design • Gathering the materials • Building the birdhouse

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