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ACL_Curse_Women_Athl - structure Transition sentence “It is still unclear how to prevent anterior cruciate ligament injuries” C Supporting

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ARW 600 Name:Abzal Writing Now Date:2/15/10 I. ACL: The Curse of Women Athletes II. Directions: Reverse engineer the essay by writing the outline of it below. III. I. Introduction A. Hook Real stories about girls who had ACL injuries. B. Background Describing what is ACL C. Thesis statement “As the number of women competing in sports continues to increase, understanding the causes of this common injury will enable us to help these athletes reduce their risk”. II. Body A. Supporting point 1 Thesis statement states that the main point is understanding of ACL injuries, therefore supporting point 1 is about when ACL injuries are most common. They are common in sports where you often stress your legs, such as soccer, basketball, volleyball and etc. B. Supporting point 2 ACL injuries mostly common among female athletes, because of different body
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Unformatted text preview: structure. Transition sentence: “It is still unclear how to prevent anterior cruciate ligament injuries”. C. Supporting point 3 How athletes can avoid ACL injuries. 1. Sub point 1 a. learning proper motor skills b. wearing appropriate equipment c. training ARW 600 Name:Abzal Writing Now Date:2/15/10 2. Sub point 2 Women should learn techniques, such as jumping and pivoting, from the childhood. a. Transition sentence “Paying close attention to preventative measures can reduce the number of women suffering from ACL injuries and prolong their careers”. III. Conclusion All researches that were made about ACL can prolong women careers, and let then enjoy their game....
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course MAT 3471 taught by Professor Gashs during the Spring '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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ACL_Curse_Women_Athl - structure Transition sentence “It is still unclear how to prevent anterior cruciate ligament injuries” C Supporting

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