1. Formally Outline the essay in APA template and requirements attachedCreate an argument to answer the questionThe outline must organize your argument into an introduction, conclusion, and at least five body sections (approximately 550 words or more). The introduction section must include a working thesis statement, which is an arguable response to your research question. Each body section should contain a topic sentence and subordinate claims and evidence from at least five credible and scholarly sources. Paraphrases, summaries, and quotes must be cited accurately and used with integrity. This assignment requires a title page and a reference list. An outline is all that is required. Do NOT write the paper.
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Running head: SHORTENED VERSION OF YOUR TITLE
Full Title of Your Project: Outline
FirstName LastName
ENG122: English Composition II
Instructor FirstName LastName
Month Day, Year
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SHORTENED VERSION OF YOUR TITLE
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Full Title of Your Project: Outline
Research Question: Replace this text with your revised research question.
I.
Introduction (work on the body paragraphs first)
A. Replace this text with a sentence or two that provides background or context for the
argument.
B. Thesis statement: Replace this text with a working thesis statement that answers the
research question based upon the research you have located thus far.
II.
Body Paragraph: Replace this text with a topic sentence for the first subtopic.
A. Replace this text with a sentence or two that states a claim about this subtopic.
1. Support each claim with examples and evidence from your research. Remember
to use in-text citations in APA style.
2. Add examples and evidence from multiple sources whenever possible.
B. Replace this text with a sentence or two that states a second claim about this subtopic,
if needed.
1. Again, add examples and evidence to support each claim. Continue to build the
argument in a full-sentence outline format.
C. Write a sentence that discusses the evidence in the context of your argument and
transitions to the next subtopic.
III. Body Paragraph: Replace this text with a topic sentence for the second subtopic.
A. Add subordinate information for each body paragraph section with capital letters (A,
B, C), numerals (1, 2, 3), and lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii).
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IV. Body Paragraph: Replace this text with a topic sentence for the third subtopic.
A. Add subordinate information for each body paragraph section with capital letters (A,
B, C), numerals (1, 2, 3), and lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii).
V.
Body Paragraph: Replace this text with a topic sentence for the fourth subtopic.
A. Add subordinate information for each body paragraph section with capital letters (A,
B, C), numerals (1, 2, 3), and lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii).
VI. Body Paragraph: Replace this text with a topic sentence for the fifth subtopic.
A. Add subordinate information for each body paragraph section with capital letters (A,
B, C), numerals (1, 2, 3), and lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii). If you have more
than five subtopics, add more capital Roman numeral sections.
VII. Conclusion (develop this section last)
A. Restated thesis statement: Replace this text with a restatement of your working thesis
statement that reminds the reader of the full argument and position.
B. Replace this text with a sentence or two that recaps the background or context for the
argument. Consider adding a universal message or call to action.
SHORTENED VERSION OF YOUR TITLE
References
Author, A. A. & Author B. B. (Year). Title of article with sentence case capitalization. Title of
Periodical with Title Case Capitalization, V#(I#), p#-p#. doi:xx.xxxxxxxxxx
Author, A. A. (Year, Month). Title of online article with sentence case capitalization. Title of
Web Periodical with Title Case Capitalization, V#(I#). Retrieved from
https://www.thestableURL.edu
Author, C. C. (Year, Month Day). Title of newspaper article with sentence case capitalization.
Title of Newspaper with Title Case Capitalization, pp. A1, B2-B3
Author, D. D. (Year, Month Day). Title of online newspaper article with sentence case
capitalization. Title of Newspaper with Title Case Capitalization. Retrieved from
https://www.newspaperwebsite.com
Author, E. E. (Year). Title of physical book with sentence case capitalization. Location:
Publisher
Author, F. F. (Year). Title of digital book with sentence case capitalization.
doi:xx.xxxxxx/xxxxxx
Corporate or Government Organization. (Year). Title of report or document with sentence case
capitalization. Retrieved from https://www.onlinelocation.gov
For help citing and referencing court cases, see: http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2013/10/citingcourt-decisions-in-apa-style.html
For help citing and referencing the United Stated Constitution, see:
http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2010/06/how-to-cite-the-us-constitution-in-apa-style.html
For help referencing other document types, see: http://writingcenter.ashford.edu/format-yourreference-list
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