2.07_OUTLINING_THE_FACTS (1)

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Step 1: Fill in the following pieces of information and answer the relationship questions. Each of these items are required subtopics in your informative/explanatory article . Topic: 1 st Amendment Landmark Case: Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, 1969 Advocate example: California Anti-SLAPP Project Contemporary Case #1: NAACP VS Alabama Contemporary Case #2: : Sund v. City of Wichita Falls Relationship Questions: Are the subtopics equal in importance? Somewhat. Each and every subheading will have its own legitimate proof of what I am trying to describe. Are there relationships of time between subtopics? All Subtopics are around 40 years ago to the early 2000s. Are any subtopics a result of other subtopics? NO Step 2: Follow the steps for creating your outline with Roman numerals and letters to organize your topic and subtopics. As you work, add the MLA citation for sources from your annotated bibliography where they would best support your outline.
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  • Winter '15
  • First Amendment to the United States Constitution, landmark case, Independent Community School, Moines Independent Community, Muhlenberg. National Archives

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