Outline Template - You can state this in a word, phrase, or...

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A Review of [Book Title ] By Esaias Tong I. Introduction State your thesis. In one sentence, tell me how the author succeeded/failed in proving their point and -- most important -- why. I I. Analysis A. Thesis State the author's thesis. In one sentence, tell me the author's purpose in this book. Quote from the book for at least part of this sentence. Be sure to give the appropriate citation for the book. Use the documentation guidelines listed below. B. Evidence List the first major theme on which you will focus as you examine the author's evidence. You can state this in a word, phrase, or sentence, that best illustrates the theme in question. Use at least one quote from the Book for this part of the Outline . Be sure to give the appropriate citation for the book. Use the documentation guidelines listed below. C. Evidence
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List the second major theme on which you will focus as you examine the author's evidence.
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Unformatted text preview: You can state this in a word, phrase, or sentence, that best illustrates the theme in question. Use at least one quote from the Book for this part of the Outline . Be sure to give the appropriate citation for the book. Use the documentation guidelines listed below. D. Comparison List the pages in your secondary sources that you feel you will need to read for your Final Draft . Be sure to give the appropriate citations for the secondary sources. Use the documentation guidelines listed below. E. Reaction List the strengths and weaknesses of your Book . Use at least one quote from the Book for this part of the Outline . Be sure to give the appropriate citation for the book. Once again, use the documentation guidelines listed below. III. Summary Re-state your thesis on one sentence....
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This note was uploaded on 08/17/2011 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Lauderback during the Spring '09 term at Austin Community College.

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