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OUTLINING. The purpose of an outline is to: Help brainstorm your topic Organize your thoughts in a logical order Prepare your writing for you Help you classify , or group together, things that are related There are two main types of outlines Uses single words or short phrases

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The purpose of an outline is to:

  • Help brainstorm your topic
  • Organize your thoughts in a logical order
  • Prepare your writing for you
  • Help you classify, or group together, things that are related
  • There are two main types of outlines
  • Uses single words or short phrases
  • Uses complete sentences.
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Notes

  • There are certain rules that apply when using outlines.
  • Letters and numbers are used to begin each line.
  • Each level is indented beneath the one above it.
  • Each line begins with a capital letter.
  • There must be at least two items at each level.
  • (If you have an A you must have a B, If you have a 1, you must have a 2)
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Title

  • Main Topic
  • A. Subtopic
  • B. Subtopic
  • C. Subtopic
  • 1. Detail
  • 2. Detail
  • a. Sub detail
  • b. Sub detail
  • c. Sub detail
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II. Main Topic

A. Subtopic

B. Subtopic

C. Subtopic

1. Detail

2. Detail

a. Sub detail

b. Sub detail

i. Sub-sub detail

ii. Sub-sub detail