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History 140, Section 007 Fall 2009 An 11-Step Guide for Writing Short Analytical Papers (5-6-pages) for History 140 1) When dealing with a question posed by an assignment, read over the question several times. Identify the overall issue that the question presents and identify the sub-questions that are posed or implied by the question. In this way, you can make your work easier by creating a list of several short questions that you need to tackle instead of dealing with just one huge topic. 2) Brainstorm on this short list of questions, and think over how you would respond to each one. Think about what evidence you could draw from the reading to answer each question, and jot down all of these ideas. 3) Choose the most effective evidence to answer each question on your short list. 4) Organize your thoughts in the form of an outline. Be sure that you are still focused on answering the questions on your short list. Decide in which order you will answer the questions.
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