Dickens_-_Harvard_Outline_Format - Creating an Outline(Harvard Outline Format An outline not only helps you organize your ideas it also helps you see

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Creating an Outline ( Harvard Outline Format ) An outline not only helps you organize your ideas, it also helps you see where you need more information and which notes don’ t fit into your report. Use the model below to help you organize your note cards effectively and logically. I. Introduction II. First main point A. First subpoint 1. Details for A 2. Details for A B. Second subpoint 1. Details for B 2. Details for B III. Second main point (see II) IV. Third main point (see II) V. Conclusion See the example below of a partial outline Title: Charles Dickens: A Thin Line between Truth and Fiction I. Introduction A. Thesis Statement II. Avid reader and imaginative as a boy A. Dickens read classic literature 1. Read novels such as… B. Created imaginary characters as a young man 1. Pretended to be different characters with voices (a) Characters ranged from innocent children to murderers III. Eve nts/Characters in Dickens’s novel based on his real life A.

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