Applying Outlining Skills. Activist Projects. Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project? . Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project? . Chronological.
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YOU must include the details that would replace the following headings.
A. Attention Grabber (Quote? Description? Anecdote?)
B. Lead in to thesis
NOTES: 1) Do not write attention grabber, lead in, thesis: put what you will use to grab attention, lead up to the thesis, and what your thesis actually is. 2) “X is an activist” is the most basic thesis. Yours can and should be more interesting.
A. Includes basic life facts
B. Should not be longer than one or two paragraphs or 1/2 to 2/3 of a page.
C. Remember, after each detail, write the number of the source in
III. Events that led to activism
A. Flesh out the outline
B. Use as many supporting details as you need to help build your case.
C. Should be about as long as the basic overview
D. Continue identifying source of information in parantheses. (Got it, I’ll stop repeating it.)
A. This is the longest section of your paper.
B. Your activist did more than one thing, so include more than one Roman numeral section.
C. Use numbers and lower case letters for additional details beneath each of the letter sections as well.
A. Use the evidence you have already explained in your paper
B. This section is shorter than your body but MUCH more important than your summary of the person’s biography.
C. If this section is weak your entire paper is weak.
D. Restate your case about why this person is an important activist OR what lasting legacy this person has had.