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eng111: Notes 2010 04 13 Outline

Posted in eng111 by bnmng on 2010 04/13

Outlines due Thursday.

When you’re outline, your organizing.

A formal outline always has a thesis on the top.

Outlining has letters and numbers in a hierarchal format.

You don’t have an A without a B.

You don’t have an intro and conclusion in a a formal outline.

The further you indent, the more specifig you are, but don’t overlap or repeat.

All subs are at the same general level of specifically.

There are sentence outlines and topic outlines. In a sentence outline, all items are sentences. In a topic outline, there are no sentences (except the thesis at the top.).

In a topic outline, All items have to be the same grammatical type and level of generality as their siblings.

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