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


Use full sentences. Recognize that any section here may be longer than this template creates; just create
whatever extra is needed.

My Name:

My Claim:

Hook and Introduction Strategy:

Background Outline:


A1.    Main Idea Sentence for 1st Reason (Section A ) that supports My Claim:
                                                                 1




       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. Link (Analysis) of 1st Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

                 4. Concluding Sentence:

       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. Link (Analysis) of 2nd Research Evidence to support 1st Reason:

                 4. Concluding Sentence:

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

                 4. Concluding Sentence:


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A2.   Main Idea Sentence for 2nd Reason (Section A ) that supports My Claim:
                                                        2




      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. Link (Analysis) of 1st Research Evidence to support 2nd Reason:

                4. Concluding Sentence:

      A2 (2nd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

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

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

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

                4. Concluding Sentence:

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

                4. Concluding Sentence:

A3.   Main Idea Sentence for 3rd Reason (Section A ) that supports My Claim:
                                                        2




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

                4. Concluding Sentence:

      A3 (2nd Evidence)   Transition sentence:

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

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


                4. Concluding Sentence:

      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. Link (Analysis) of 3rd Research Evidence to support 3rd Reason:

                4. Concluding Sentence:

A4.   Main Idea Sentence for 4th Reason (Section A ) that supports My Claim:
                                                        4




      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. Link (Analysis) of 1st Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

                4. Concluding Sentence:

      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. Link (Analysis) of 2nd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:

                4. Concluding Sentence:

      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. Link (Analysis) of 3rd Research Evidence to support 4th Reason:
                                                    3
                4. Concluding Sentence:

A5.   Main Idea Sentence for 5th Reason (Section A ) that supports My Claim:
                                                        5




      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. Link (Analysis) of 1st Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:

                4. Concluding Sentence:

      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. Link (Analysis) of 2nd Research Evidence to support 5th Reason:

                4. Concluding Sentence:

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

                4. Concluding Sentence:




                                                    4
O1.     Main Idea Sentence for 1st Reason (Section O ) that rejects My Claim::
                                                      1




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

        4. Concluding Sentence:

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

        4. Concluding Sentence:

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

        4. Concluding Sentence:

O2.     Main Idea Sentence for 2nd Reason (Section O ) that rejects My Claim::
                                                          2




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

        4. Concluding Sentence:
                                             5
       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. Link (Analysis) of 2nd Research Evidence for 2nd Argument that Argues against My
                 Claim (Concession, if appropriate; then rebuttal):

              4. Concluding Sentence:


       O2 (3rd evidence).   Transition sentence:

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

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

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

              4. Concluding Sentence:


Conclusion Strategy:




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