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A sentence outline is an outline in which every point in the outline is a complete and grammatically correct sentence rather than a phrase or simple topic. Depending on the length and detail of your paper, your outline may include many more points and sub-points (also often referred to as headings and subheadings ) than the following example shows. You must include all your source examples as well as your arguments and counterarguments. Your sentence outline may appear similar to the following: Consider Revised Thesis Statement: [Place your revised thesis here] I. Main point 1 in a complete sentence (source, year). A. Sub-point 1 in a complete sentence (source, year). 1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence (source, year). 2. Supporting example 2 in a complete sentence (source, year). B. Sub-point 2 in a complete sentence (source, year). 1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence (source, year).... View Full Document

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