Sentence Outline Format (I discuss this outline more thoroughly in this week’s video lecture)
LENGTH: ONE PAGE (NOTHING LONGER WILL BE ALLOWED)
Introduction (do not write the full intro here; this is an outline; you should include only the minimum needed)
    introduce author and title of article (one sentence)
    provide a summary of the article (one sentence)
    state your thesis (last sentence of introduction)
Paragraph #1
    topic sentence that develops thesis
    example from Friedman (paraphrase, quote, summary–make sure you cite it); don’t rely too heavily on direct quotes; if you are using a summary or paraphrase, include only a key word or phrase here (one sentence)
    analysis (one sentence: use phrases or key words–you only get one page for your outline)
Paragraph #2
    topic sentence that develops thesis
    example from Friedman (paraphrase, quote, summary–make sure you cite it); don’t rely too heavily on direct quotes; if you are using a summary or paraphrase, include only a key word or phrase here (one sentence)
    analysis (one sentence: use phrases or key words–you only get one page for your outline)
Paragraph #3
    topic sentence that develops thesis
    example from Friedman (paraphrase, quote, summary–make sure you cite it); don’t rely too heavily on direct quotes; if you are using a summary or paraphrase, include only a key word or phrase here (one sentence)
    analysis (one sentence: use phrases or key words–you only get one page for your outline)
(Add as many paragraphs as you need)
Conclusion
    reiterate your thesis and the steps you took to support it (one sentence)
    leave readers with a memorable insight (one sentence)

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