kimberlyevens
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1. Write a formal outline for your research paper. Include topics, subtopics, and details so that the reader gains a clear idea of the contents of your paper. Use your organized note cards as a basis for your outline. Remember to begin with a title and to follow all the formatting rules. You may refer to the Making Formal Outlines page to help with the format.
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kimberlyevens
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so its an outline on the attack on pearl harbor. Now I have all the information, I know where I want it to go, and I have the first part of the outline done I just need everything to go in the outline.

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owllover101
  • owllover101
is this what you need help with
owllover101
  • owllover101
what do you mean you need everything to go in the outline
owllover101
  • owllover101
did you do your introduction yet
owllover101
  • owllover101
ok i will be back in 30 minutes because i have class right now thank you bye!!!!
owllover101
  • owllover101
ok i dont have to go to class so i am back
owllover101
  • owllover101
c'mon talk to me so i can help
owllover101
  • owllover101
ok if you don't type i cant help you
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
ok yes i have all my intro
owllover101
  • owllover101
ok bye i have to help people in their questions next time you should respond to people so they can help you
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
and when i say i need everything in the outline i mean all my info needs to go into the outline
kimberlyevens
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im sorry my pc had crashed
owllover101
  • owllover101
oh it is ok
owllover101
  • owllover101
do you have your introduction done
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
yes except for the background part
kimberlyevens
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do you want to see it
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owllover101
  • owllover101
you dont need to put that for 1.B.
kimberlyevens
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what do you mean
kimberlyevens
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what do you mean @owllover101
owllover101
  • owllover101
i mean what do you mean this is what you said: Background information connecting the reader to the subject
owllover101
  • owllover101
look i am so sorry i have to go
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KyanTheDoodle
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How much of this outline did you get done?
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
just the intro
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
Oh. How long does it have to be?
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
I. Introduction A. Attention-getter B. Background information connecting the reader to the subject C. Thesis: (write the complete thesis statement) II. Category 1 (change this to the actual name of category): topic sentence A. First point 1. Supporting evidence—quote, paraphrase, or detail 2. Another piece of supporting evidence B. Second point 1. Supporting evidence 2. Supporting evidence C. Third point (Same as above) III. Category 2: topic sentence A. First point 1. Supporting evidence 2. Supporting evidence B. Second point IV. Category 3: topic sentence V. Conclusion Your sub points for the conclusion to wrap up the overarching
KyanTheDoodle
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Well for the first one, I'd pick A. It seems the simplest. Try connecting the reader to the situation. Do something like "Unequipped and unprepared, you run without aim. Searching for any sign of life left over from this feast of violence and dismay."
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
Oh wait. That's the introduction. Neve rmind then.
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
i have all the information i just need it in the outline and i know where i want the info
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
Ok. So what's the information that you have?
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/pearl-harbor http://pearlharbor.org/
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