In the outline, the body of the paper should be arranged by major topics

At this stage, you are ready to develop the structure for your final paper. This working outline is a tentative list of main points you plan to discuss in support of your thesis statement.
Write an outline of your final paper. This outline should include an introduction, topics to be covered in the body, and the conclusion. Include a title page and working title for your paper.

The introduction should introduce the director, offer a brief description of his or her career, and convey the paper’s thesis. It should also briefly outline the main points of the paper, providing readers a hint of what they can expect in the body of the paper.
In the outline, the body of the paper should be arranged by major topics, subtopics, and supporting details. The outline should present the topics in the order they will be covered. Provide a brief sentence or two for each paragraph in the body, describing how main points will be developed.
The conclusion is a reflection on the paper and its presentation of the subject matter. Restate your thesis. Touch on important details and possibly themes. Conclude with something you want the reader to take away and think about.
Example outline format:

Title page
Introduction paragraph with thesis statement at the end.
Supporting point written in a sentence or two.
Supporting point written in a sentence or two.
Supporting point written in a sentence or two.
Supporting point written in a sentence or two
Supporting point written in a sentence or two
Supporting point written in a sentence or two
Conclusion paragraph
Reference page
Be sure to edit and proofread your assignment so that proper APA style is used and that your writing is professional.

 

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