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Title
Introduction
Reader Interest — ​Fact or comparison to draw reader in (don’t listen to your teachers, this doesn’t have
to be ~~super interesting~~)

Reader Orientation — ​Who/what/when/where (so for English, a brief background of the book; for
history, a brief rundown of events leading up to your topic; and so on; usually 2-3 sentences)

Thesis —
Plan of Development — ​“This will be argued/shown through an analysis of [para 1 topic], [para 2
topic], [para 3 topic].” (This is really only for English papers; everything else you can just end with the thesis.)

Paragraph 1 Topic
Topic Sentence —
Example #1 —
Connection to thesis —
Example #2 —
Connection to thesis —

Paragraph 2 Topic
Topic Sentence —
Example #1 —
Connection to thesis —
Example #2 —
Connection to thesis —

Paragraph 3 Topic
Topic Sentence —
Example #1 —
Connection to thesis —
Example #2 —
Connection to thesis —

Conclusion
Restate thesis —
So what? —
Who cares? —
Element of importance —
Element of future —

*Refresher on thesis statements: ​https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/545/01/
*For English papers, the examples are where you quote the book you’re writing about. For other subjects, if you’re
quoting an article or textbook or something, do the same! You can also just make direct references there.
*If you have more than 3 topics or 2 examples per topic, you can add them in! Just follow the format (Example #3,
Connection to thesis, Example #4, Connection, etc). This is just for a basic 5 paragraph essay.
*If you struggle with conclusions, the outline that’s above is FOOLPROOF. I often would just leave conclusions out
because I couldn’t write them for shit, but once I was taught the one above when I was 17, I’ve never had a problem
writing them ever since. It came from a different professor (not the one who gave us the rest of this; that one just
told us “then write your conclusion”), but I added it in because it’s such a good format for conclusions.


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