For this week’s assignment, you must start to engage with some of the materials you will use for your final paper. In order to be successful with this assignment, it will be necessary to have read some of that material already.
Assignment: Write the introduction paragraph to your paper and a one or two page outline of the rest of your essay. While the introduction should be in paragraph form, the outline section can be bullet points and/or numbered sections.
For this assignment, I am looking for engagement with your topic and sources. What have you read? What do you still need to read? (Be honest, it’s okay if you have not read everything.) Was there a source that you realized was not useful and will not use it? (10 points)
What does an introduction paragraph have?
- An argument. What are you going to tell the reader during the rest of the essay?
- General overview of what the rest of the paper will be about.
What kind of information goes in an outline to an essay?
- You can break it down by possible sections. For example, if your imagine 3 different sections to your paper, you can outline what you think you will say in each section.
- You could also do the outline by source. In this approach, you describe how you plan to use that source for your final paper.
What does an outline provide?
- An outline provides you, the writer, with a guide for your paper. It requires that you think ahead about what you want to write about, what your books/articles are telling you, and possibly what information you are still missing in order to make your argument. If you put in enough time into your outline, it will really help you with your final paper.
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