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AIS 160 – Sections A and L – Spring 2016
Assignment 1: Essay Outline
Your essay outline will vary in length, but will likely be around 2-3 pages.
Please make sure you follow a standard paper format (see syllabus or email
me with questions) and save your work in a word document.
This assignment is worth 50 points. To receive the maximum number of
points, please follow the directions below.
Part 1: Give your paper a title. The title should be centered and should be in
bold font. Your title can change, but you should have something creative and
descriptive of what you will be writing on. (10 points)
Part 2: Please write a full introduction paragraph. This paragraph should be
5-7 sentences. It will include your thesis statement (usually the last
sentence). (10 points)
Part 3: Create a bullet point for each body paragraph of your essay. Your
bullet point will tell me, in about one sentence, what this paragraph will be
about. Then, list sub-points that show me what sources you’re planning on
using in this area (just an Author/Article Title is fine for now, but if you
want you can write out the actual citation). (10 points)
Part 4: When you’re done listing body paragraphs, please write a bullet point
titled “Conclusion.” Under this section, please give me in 1-3 sentences your
overall plan for the essay—that is, how are you going to close the essay?
What is it you want the reader to decide at the end of the paper? (10 points)
Part 5: Citations. Here, please list at least 5 sources you are planning on
using. Keep in mind, in the final paper you will need 8-10 sources. (10
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