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 outlineTitle: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. Events/Characters in Dickens’s novel based on his real lifeA.