Expert to Novice Working outline

Expert to Novice Working outline - Section II. In the...

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Expert to Novice Peer Review Worksheet Directions : TYPE your responses to the following questions and bring three copies to class on Wednesday September 28th. OR you may bring three copies of a typed completed rough draft of your paper - meaning 4-5 pages typed double spaced font 12 and 1” margins. Section I. What is your topic? ____________________________________________________________________________ How is your topic interesting and relevant to your reader and audience? AKA, why should your audience care to listen to you about this topic? ____________________________________________________________________________ What is your thesis statement? My organizational format is: ____________________ (topical, chronological, etc) What are your two to three main points? I. ______________________________________________ II. ______________________________________________ III. ______________________________________________
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Unformatted text preview: Section II. In the section below, provide the sub points and supporting evidence for each of your main points (i.e. you should have all main points written in outline form by today). You may add additional supporting sub points or take away as necessary, below is a rough template. Use complete sentences and in-text citations. I. Main Point: A. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: B. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: C. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: II. Main Point: A. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: B. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: C. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: III. Main Point: A. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: B. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: C. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence:...
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