Written Assignment 5
Create a full-sentence outline using APA or MLA format for your final project. A
full-sentence outline includes fully developed sentences (not fragments) and citations for all paraphrased, summarized, and quoted material. Integrate the MEAL plan technique when considering how you would structure the paragraphs in your project. [MO6.2, MO6.3]
- Include your current thesis statement at the top of your outline.
- Develop full sentences (not fragments) and citations for all paraphrased, summarized, and quoted material.
- Include a Works Cited or References page on a separate page.
Here is an explanation of a full-sentence outline from the Purdue Online Writing Lab:
"The full sentence outline format is essentially the same as the alphanumeric outline. The main difference (as the title suggests) is that full sentences are required at each level of the outline. This outline is most often used when preparing a traditional essay."
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