Revision Outline

Revision Outline - Transition How does the topic of this...

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Revision Outline – Body Paragraphs Even though people often use outlines before they start writing, creating a revision outline can be helpful for revising your paper. This handout can help you with your body paragraphs. Fill in the categories below to identify places where you can clarify your thoughts, improve your transitions, and draw your ideas together. Topic – What is your paper about? Thesis – What is the one sentence that states your main goal in this paper? Body Paragraph 1 – What is this paragraph about? Topic sentence – What is the one sentence that states your main goal in this paragraph? Examples/Evidence – What information do you use to support your topic sentence?
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Unformatted text preview: Transition How does the topic of this paragraph connect to the topic of the next paragraph? Body Paragraph 2 What is this paragraph about? Topic sentence What is the one sentence that states your main goal in this paragraph? Examples/Evidence What information do you use to support your topic sentence? Transition How does the topic of this paragraph connect to the topic of the next paragraph? Body Paragraph 3 What is this paragraph about? Topic sentence What is the one sentence that states your main goal in this paragraph? Examples/Evidence What information do you use to support your topic sentence?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2010 for the course UWP 1 taught by Professor Braun during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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