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Day 2_Session II_Increasing Rigor_Writing
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Day 2_Session II_Increasing Rigor_Writing

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  • 1. Outlining
  • 2. Reasons to Outline
    Provides a blueprint for writing papers
    Helps strengthen writing by organizing ideas
    Presents information in a useful format
    Strengthens argumentation by presenting evidence in a logical order
    Shows relationship between ideas
    Creates an organized overview of what you plan to write
    Defines boundaries of groups of ideas
  • 3. How to Outline
    Determine the purpose of your paper, the audience for whom you are writing, your thesis
    Brainstorm: list all of the ideas that you want to include in your paper
    Group: group all related in ideas together.
    Order: arrange groups of ideas in logical order; within each group arrange ideas/information from general to specific
    Label: create main and sub headings

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