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Unformatted text preview: . 1. Sub-supporting point 2. Sub-supporting point [Transition……. .] II. Main Point—This should be a declarative sentence explaining that you and this character share something in common (recall that you must have a minimum of three (3) sources—failure to cite them results in an automatic D ) A. Supporting point………. . 1. Sub-supporting point…. . 2. Sub-supporting point…. B. Supporting point……. (recall that you must cite your sources orally, in the outline AND in the bibliography) 1. Sub-supporting point 2. Sub-supporting point (C. Another Supporting point, if needed)……. . 1. Sub-supporting point 2. Sub-supporting point (Transition) CONCLUSION I. Summarize the main points II. Restate the Central idea III. Add a closing line that relates back to the Introduction...
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2010 for the course CMS 306M taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '06