Research Paper Outline

Research Paper Outline 

 7- PARAGRAPH Research Paper Outline: an introductory paragraph, 5 body paragraphs, and a conclusion

 

I. Thesis: The thesis clearly indicates the argument you will be implementing

  1. Topic Sentence: The topic sentence clearly indicates the argument you will be implementing in the body paragraph
  2. Introduce the direct quote as it pertains to the focus of your discussion-This part should consist of several sentences.
  3. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  4. Explain the quote’s significance to the text.
  5. Introduce the primary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  6. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote word for word from the text to support the topic sentence. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  7. Translation-analyze and interpret- of the supporting evidence.
  8. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  9. Introduce the secondary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  10. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  11. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  12. Concluding points: this is where you bring back emphasis to the overall claim of the paragraph.

III. Topic Sentence: The topic sentence clearly indicates the argument you will be implementing in the body paragraph

  1. Introduce the direct quote as it pertains to the focus of your discussion-This part should consist of several sentences.
  2. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  3. Explain the quote’s significance to the text.
  4. Introduce the primary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  5. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote word for word from the text to support the topic sentence. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  6. Translation-analyze and interpret- of the supporting evidence.
  7. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  8. Introduce the secondary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  9. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  10. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  11. Concluding points: this is where you bring back emphasis to the overall claim of the paragraph.
  1. Topic Sentence: The topic sentence clearly indicates the argument you will be implementing in the body paragraph
  2. Introduce the direct quote as it pertains to the focus of your discussion-This part should consist of several sentences.
  3. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  4. Explain the quote’s significance to the text.
  5. Introduce the primary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  6. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote word for word from the text to support the topic sentence. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  7. Translation-analyze and interpret- of the supporting evidence.
  8. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  9. Introduce the secondary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  10. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  11. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  12. Concluding points: this is where you bring back emphasis to the overall claim of the paragraph.

V.Topic Sentence: The topic sentence clearly indicates the argument you will be implementing in the body paragraph

  1. Introduce the direct quote as it pertains to the focus of your discussion-This part should consist of several sentences.
  2. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  3. Explain the quote’s significance to the text.
  4. Introduce the primary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  5. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote word for word from the text to support the topic sentence. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  6. Translation-analyze and interpret- of the supporting evidence.
  7. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  8. Introduce the secondary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  9. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  10. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  11. Concluding points: this is where you bring back emphasis to the overall claim of the paragraph.
  1. Topic Sentence: The topic sentence clearly indicates the argument you will be implementing in the body paragraph
  2. Introduce the direct quote as it pertains to the focus of your discussion-This part should consist of several sentences.
  3. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  4. Explain the quote’s significance to the text.
  5. Introduce the primary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  6. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote word for word from the text to support the topic sentence. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  7. Translation-analyze and interpret- of the supporting evidence.
  8. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  9. Introduce the secondary source as it pertains to the focus of your discussion.
  10. Begin by using a signal phrase and write out the direct quote from the critical article: this is the evidence you have obtained from the article in support of your claim. Do not use more than three [3] lines of typed text, margin to margin, for any direct quote.
  11. Explain the significance of the quote as it pertains to proving your topic sentence and thesis. Remember, you will demonstrate the relationship the primary quote has with the quote you have introduced from the critical article.
  12. Concluding points: this is where you bring back emphasis to the overall claim of the paragraph.

VII.      Conclusion: The conclusion needs to be well developed.  You may provide more than one paragraph if necessary.

  1. Restate the Thesis
  2. Highlight the information you have presented in the body paragraphs.
  3. Conclude profoundly; you will make an assertion, based on the information you have indicated, about the text you have evaluated.
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