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					                                           North Lawndale College Prep Charter HS
                                          Senior Project: The Outline
                                                         2011-2012


Use full sentences. Recognize that any section here may be longer than this template creates; just create
whatever extra is needed. However, please recognize that the essay should not have fewer than three (3)
reasons or three (3) pieces of evidence for each reason.

My Name:

My Claim:

A1.    Topic Sentence for 1st Reason (Section A1) that supports My Claim:

       A1 (1st Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                 1. Set-up of 1st Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

                 2. 1st Research Evidence to support 1st Reason, using MLA citation:

                 3. Analysis of 1st Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

       A1 (2nd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                 1. Set-up of 2nd Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

                 2. 2nd Research Evidence to support 1st Reason, using MLA citation:

                 3. Analysis of 2nd Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

       A1 (3rd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                 1. Set-up of 3rd Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

                 2. 3rd Research Evidence to support 1st Reason, using MLA citation:

                 3. Analysis of 3rd Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

A2.    Topic Sentence for 2nd Reason (Section A2) that supports My Claim:

       A2 (1st Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                 1. Set-up of 1st Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason:

                 2. 1st Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason, using MLA citation:

                 3. Analysis of 1st Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason:

       A2 (2nd Evidence)   Transition sentence:


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                1. Set-up of 2nd Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason:

                2. 2nd Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 2nd Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason:

      A2 (3rd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 3rd Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason:

                2. 3rd Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 3rd Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason:

A3.   Topic Sentence for 3rd Reason (Section A2) that supports My Claim:

      A3 (1st Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 1st Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason:

                2. 1st Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 1st Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason:

      A3 (2nd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 2nd Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason:

                2. 2nd Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 2nd Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason:

      A3 (3rd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 3rd Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason:

                2. 3rd Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 3rd Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason:

A4.   Topic Sentence for 4th Reason (Section A4) that supports My Claim:

      A4 (1st Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 1st Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

                2. 1st Research Evidence to support 4th Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 1st Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

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      A4 (2nd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 2nd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

                2. 2nd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 2nd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

      A4 (3rd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 3rd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

                2. 3rd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 3rd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

A5.   Topic Sentence for 5th Reason (Section A5) that supports My Claim:

      A5 (1st Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 1st Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:

                2. 1st Research Evidence to support 5th Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 1st Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:

      A5 (2nd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 2nd Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:

                2. 2nd Research Evidence to support 5th Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 2nd Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:

      A5 (3rd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

                1. Set-up of 3rd Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:

                2. 3rd Research Evidence to support 5th Reason, using MLA citation:

                3. Analysis of 3rd Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:




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O1.     Topic Sentence for 1st Reason (Section O1) that rejects My Claim::

O1 (1st evidence).    Transition sentence:

        1. Set-up of 1st Argument against My Claim:

        2. 1st Research Evidence for 1st Argument against My Claim, using MLA citation:

        3. Analysis of 1st Research Evidence for 1st Argument that Argues against My Claim
           (Concession, if appropriate; then rebuttal):

O1 (2nd evidence).    Transition sentence:

        1. Set-up of 2nd Argument against My Claim:

        2. 2nd Research Evidence for 1st Argument against My Claim, using MLA citation:

        3. Analysis of 2nd Research Evidence for 1st Argument that Argues against My Claim
           (Concession, if appropriate; then rebuttal):

O1 (3rd evidence).    Transition sentence:

        1. Set-up of 3rd Argument against My Claim:

        2. 3rd Research Evidence for 1st Argument against My Claim, using MLA citation:

        3. Analysis of 3rd Research Evidence for 1st Argument that Argues against My Claim
           (Concession, if appropriate; then rebuttal):

O2.     Topic Sentence for 2nd Reason (Section O2) that rejects My Claim::

O2 (1st evidence).    Transition sentence:

        1. Set-up of 2nd Argument against My Claim:

        2. 1st Research Evidence for 2nd Argument against My Claim, using MLA citation:

        3. Analysis of 1st Research Evidence for 2nd Argument that Argues against My Claim
           (Concession, if appropriate; then rebuttal):

O2 (2nd evidence).    Transition sentence:

        1. Set-up of 2nd Argument against My Claim:

        2. 2nd Research Evidence for 2nd Argument against My Claim, using MLA citation:

        3. Analysis of 2nd Research Evidence for 2nd Argument that Argues against My Claim
           (Concession, if appropriate; then rebuttal):

O2 (3rd evidence).    Transition sentence:
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1. Set-up of 3rd Argument against My Claim:

2. 3rd Research Evidence for 2nd Argument against My Claim, using MLA citation:

3. Analysis of 3rd Research Evidence for 2nd Argument that Argues against My Claim
   (Concession, if appropriate; then rebuttal):




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