Week 3 Milestone: OutlineWriting Assignment Weight: 12.5%Learning Objectives: 1,

Week 3 Milestone: OutlineWriting Assignment Weight: 12.5%Learning Objectives: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6DIRECTIONSThis week, you will construct a full outline for your paper including citations and references. First, read “Outlining” in The Norton Field Guide pp. 335-337 and The Little Seagull Handbook W-3 under “Organizing and Drafting.” You may also review the sample outline below. You can construct it yourself or use the template downloadable here. here. – Alternative FormatsClick here here – Alternative Formats to review an annotated example student submission using the downloadable template.Complete your own outline for this week’s writing assignment.Outline FormatI. Introduction (Your full intro, revised based on the feedback from the Week 3 Discussion Board)Opening sentence or hook
Explanatory sentence about topic/problem
Thesis statement
II. Supporting Claim 1Topic Sentence: What is the first claim that supports your argument?
Source #1: What evidence have you found that supports your claim?
Explain how this evidence supports your claim. Include some APA in-text citations, i.e. (Ford, 2020, p. 1).
Transitional Phrase: ___________________III. Supporting Claim 2Topic Sentence: What is the second claim that supports your argument?
Source #2: What evidence have you found that supports your claim?
Explain how this evidence supports your claim. Include some APA in-text citations, i.e. (CDC, 2020, p. 25).
Transitional Phrase: ___________________IV. Supporting Claim 3Topic Sentence: What is the third claim that supports your argument?
Source #3: What evidence have you found that supports your claim?
Explain how this evidence supports your claim. Include some APA in-text citations, i.e. (Rousseau et al., 2020, para. 29).
V. Conclusion Note the most important claim you are making
Reiterate your thesis statement. (Be sure to state your thesis statement differently than you did in the introduction paragraph.)
Reflective sentence or call to action
VI. References (at least three. Your final paper needs at least four, with at least three coming from the university library databases.)Opposing ViewpointsGood arguments must consider an alternate point of view. You can do this in a separate paragraph or within one of your supporting paragraphs.
What alternate point of view are you presenting? Identify a source that presents this objection and cite it, i.e. (Smith & Ruiz, 2019, para. 3).
How do you respond to or rebut the counterargument described above? You may use a source to refute this opposing point as well.
Your outline should include the following elements:A fully written introduction (revised from the Week 3 Discussion)
A thesis that ends your introduction (revised from Week 2’s assignment and the Week 3 Discussion)
Three sections, each with its own topic sentence, research, and brief explanation
At least one reasonable objection and how you plan to overcome it.Click here for a guide to working with counterpoints.
Quotations and citations from three academic journal sources from Keiser’s Library (from Week 2);Remember, your final paper requires the use of a total of four sources.
Contact your instructor if you have questions regarding the fourth or any additional sources.
Transitional phrases are required. Click here for a YouTube video discussion of transitional phrases.
Or, click here for a Purdue OWL discussion of transitional phrases.
Comments to be included in your conclusion
Minimum of three APA formatted references in your reference list.
REQUIREMENTSFollow the outline format provided.
Include APA formatted citations (Last name, YEAR, p. ___ or para. ___).
Include APA formatted references in a clear reference list
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