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Outlines 101

Outlines 101

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Author: Emily Kortiz
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To review new terms and definitions, to go through the framework of an outline and the steps to developing one.

We will be learning how to write a good outline that will help you write a good paper! We will go step by step to learn how to develop an outline, include thesis statements, major points and different levels of subpoints.

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Tutorial

Outlines 101 with Snowball the Angelic Kitten and Billy: Parte Uno! (Watch in full-screen for best results.)

Watch Billy get introduced to the subject of outlines!

Outlines 101 with Snowball the Angelic Kitten and Billy: Parte Dos! (Watch in full-screen for best results.)

Watch Billy begin his outline! Thesis and major points! Hooray!

Outlines 101 with Snowball the Angelic Kitten and Billy: Parte Tres! (Watch in full-screen for best results.)

Watch Billy learn about subpoints and different levels of subpoints! Huzzah!

Outlines 101 with Snowball the Angelic Kitten and Billy: Parte Cuatro! (Watch in full-screen for best results.)

Ok this is party time! Watch Billy and Snowball tie it all together...

Outline template

Student-class-information

 

Title of Paper

 

Thesis statement: One or two complete sentences go here.

I. Major point 1 supporting thesis

        A. Second level subpoint supporting major 

             point 1

        B. Another second level subpoint supporting

             major point 1

                   1. Third level subpoint supporting 

                        second level point

                   2. Another third level point supporting 

                        second level point

                              a. Fourth level point supporting   

                                   third level point

                              b. Another fourth level point                                

                                  supporting third level point

                   3. Another third level point supporting          

                       second level subpoint

         C. Another second level point supporting major                     

              point 1

II. Major point 2 supporting thesis

[repeat pattern above with as many levels and points as needed]