Unformatted text preview: and if you have audio capabilities, try it out. What are the advantages of hearing your paper read out loud by someone else? Check for organization 1. Compare your paper to your outline. Use a marker to highlight the topics on your outline and use the same color to find the ideas in your paper. If you don’t have a rainbow selection of highlighters, use different number of underlinings, such as single, double, triple. 2. Find your thesis statement and mark each topic with a different color of a highlighter, then use a vertical mark of the same color to show which section of the essay is written about that topic. 3. Count the number of lines in the essay which are devoted to each topic and write them below. a. Topic 1 ___________ b. Topic 2 ___________ c. Topic 2 ___________...
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- Spring '08
- Writing, sentence fragments, penultimate sentence