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Expository Writing S - Instructor Sarah Goldfarb Expository Writing Section LH October 8th 2009 Analysis Outline I Intro A Restate the main idea of

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Instructor Sarah Goldfarb Expository Writing: Section LH October 8 th , 2009 Analysis Outline I. Intro A. Restate the main idea of your essay – the “storyline.” B. Write down the three or four main ideas that you will discuss in your body paragraphs that should be stated in your thesis statement. C. Explain how each of the body paragraph ideas leads to analysis (explaining why and how) of your thesis statement – how these body paragraph ideas prove your thesis statement and support it. II. Body Paragraph One A. What is your first quote? 1. How does this quote serve to back up your thesis statement? 2. Why is this quote significant, above the others you could’ve chosen? 3. What is the author trying to show (on a broader scale) with this quote, and how does this intent relate to your thesis statement?
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B. What is your second quote? 1. How does your second quote serve to back up your thesis statement? 2.
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Expository Writing S - Instructor Sarah Goldfarb Expository Writing Section LH October 8th 2009 Analysis Outline I Intro A Restate the main idea of

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