Scenes and setbacks: If nothing is altered you do not have a scene. If your characters solve something without a setback you do not have a story.
Your conclusion should restate your thesis, and never introduce new material.
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The easiest way to write an outline is to gather all of your supporting materials, like quotes, statistics, or ideas, before getting started. Make sure you write down the page number you got these ideas from. Then, organize your ideas into subtopics, and use your supporting materials to provide at least two points per subtopic. Keep your outline concise and clear, since you’ll have to refer to it later! For more help on how to plan and organize your outline, read on...
A. Identify Topic: put it in your own words to show your individual understanding
B. Main Points: What are the main ideas you want to convey or need to convince your audience?
C. Arrange your main points in a logical order and list them in the outline
D. Create sub-points beneath each major idea
E. Evaluate your outline. Look over what you have written. Does it make logical sense? Is each point suitably fleshed out? Is there anything unnecessary?
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