outline of an article


you
will have an opportunity to create a practice outline that is based on a library article that is provided.http://eds.b.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.rasmussen.edu/e…

General Information on Outlines:

  • Outlines can be as detailed as you want them to be. Start out with vague ideas, and as you research your topic, you can fill in the holes. Make the outline more detailed as you get closer to the writing of your project.
  • The sentences you use in an outline don’t have to be complete sentences. They can be short ideas, words, statistical data (that have been cited).
  • Use headings (see below) to help you get an idea of what your paper will look like as a final product.
  • You must have two main ideas for each point

Example of an Outline Format:

  • Purpose Statement: Why are you writing this paper? What is the goal your paper? What are you hoping to do with your research? Why do you care and why should your audience care?
  • Problem: List out specifics of the problem
    • Main idea
    • Main idea
  • Original and Creative Solution to the Problem:
    • Main idea
    • Main idea
  • Conclusion: Where you wrap it all up and re-iterate your Purpose Statement and Original and Creative Solution how you proved it.
  • read one of the provided articles and fill in the blank of the outline format that has been provided to you. You are looking for main ideas or thoughts that the author is trying to convey to you. Below you will find a link to an article. Read it and develop an outline based on the main points in the article.
 
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