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PARAGRAPH TOPIC SENTENCEOUTLINE ASSIGNMENTWorth Ten Learning Pts.

(This assignment prepares you to write your 17 sentence paragraph.)

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Instructions:TYPEone (1) set of outlines. Your set of outlines must beTYPEDand  structuredexactlylike the two outlines below,and you must follow precisely the following instructions (a) though (h) in order to earn theTen Learning Points for this assignment.

(a)First, choose one of the topics listed at the bottom of this page or write on a topic that most interest you that is not on the list.

DO NOT WRITE ON A TOPIC THAT REQUIRES YOU TO RESEARCH.  CHOOSE A TOPIC THAT YOU CAN WRITE ABOUT

BASED ON YOUR OWN ORIGINAL THOUGHTS AND IDEAS.

(b) Then fast write/free write or generate a brain storming list of at least one page, handwritten (IF YOU ARE IN AN ACTUAL CLASSROOM SPACE) or typed (IF YOU ARE IN AN ONLINE CLASSROOM),to generate supporting points to

build and structure your Point Outline and Paragraph Outline.

(c) Once you have generated at least one page of  ideas, select three (3) of the strongest points to structure and format your Point

Outlineso that it looks like the Point Outlinebelow.  Make sure your topic sentence reflects your selected topic.

(d) Then expand your point outline to a paragraph outline that looks like the Paragraph Outline belowthat list three (3) GSSs.

(e) To help maintain topic focus, each General Support Sentencemustincorporatethe threecomponents below:

(1) Transitional word/phrase, (2) Topic form the T.S., and (3) Point to be explained.  Incorporating these components

in each GSS helps to maintain topic focus throughout the body of the paragraph and unify ideas in the paragraph.

(f)  If you have difficulty thinking of transitional words/phrases, use the list on next page to assist you with writing the GeneralSupport

Sentences.

(g) Type your set of outlines on the same page with the Point Outline first and the Paragraph Outline second, and make sure thateach

outline is formatted exactly like the set of sample outlines below–but no need to colorize the wording in outlines.

(h)Staple your prewriting pieces of writing used to generate ideas for your supporting points to the back of your typed outlines.

*Remember your freewriting or brainstorming list is used to generate supporting points for your point outline, so no need to

typethese pieces of writing; AND REMEMBER DONOTWRITENORTYPEAPARAGRAPH.  YOU ARE JUST

TYPINGTHE OUTLINES ONLY!  FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS (a) THROUGHJ (h) &completing this assignment is worth ten

(10) Learning Points.ANYDIVIATIONFROM THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN ZEROPOINTS.

 

FOR YOUR OUTLINES, FOLLOW THE TEMPLATE BELOW, BUT NO NEED TO COLORIZE WORDING  IN YOUR OUTLINES

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TOPIC:  What is needed to develop a strong relationship

POINT OUTLINE

 

Purpose:  To inform couples ofwhat is needed to form a strong relationship.

Topic Sentence:  There are a number ofelementsneeded for couples to develop a strong relationship.

 

  1. trust

 

  1. respect

 

  1. friendship

 

PARAGRAPH OUTLINE

 

Topic Sentence:   There are a number of necessary elements couples must have to develop a strong relationship.

 

GSS                       1.    To begin with, trustis a significant ingredient needed for couples to construct a meaningful

(General Support Sentence)                              relationship.

 

GSS                       2.    A lasting relationship is also built by the respect that couples have for each other.

 

GSS                       3.    Furthermore, a relationship can endure the test of time for couples who cultivate a true friendship.

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Choose one of the topics below, and thenfastwrite/freewrite as indicated in instructions above  to help generate  ideas to support reasons why:

-What qualities define a good student?      -Should there be a ban on assault weapons

-The best NFL team                                                          -inappropriate television shows for childrento watch

-Why it is best for college students tolive off campus-should cell phones be allowed in classrooms?

-Why it is best to live on campus                                     – in what ways is Facebook  helpful to users?

– it is best not to shop online                                             – in what ways is Facebook harmful to users?

– is it best to shop on line- does technology make people more alone?

-The best NFL player                                 -if none of these topics interest you, write on a variation of one by tailor-

– Do Black lives matter in America? ing it to suit your interest, of just think of your own topic of interest.

 

(SEE NEXT PAGE FOR LIST OF HELPFUL TRANSITIONAL WORDS AND PHRASES)

 

TRANSITIONAL WORDS AND PHRASES:    CREATED BY Prof.  Adri-anne Jones

 

USEFUL WRITING TOOLS to HELP IDEAS FLOW throughouta PIECE of WRITING from SENTENCE to SENTENCE and from PARAGRAPH to PARAGRAPH

 

The following transitional words and phrases can be used in paragraph topic sentences andthroughout the body of paragraphs; however, try to use transitions appropriately when and where they are most useful according to purpose and meaning.

 

Following are Transitional Words and Phrases that are typically used in:

 

  1. General Support Sentenceswithinthe Body of Paragraphs&Paragraph Topic Sentencesin the Body of Essays

 

To signal the introduction        To signal the introduction of GSSTo signal the introduction ofthe

of the firstGSS supporting pointsupporting points after the firstlastGSS supporting point

First of all,                                    another or another way to …              finally, in short, all in all, perhaps the best

Perhaps the best way to . . .        in addition, also, additionally, further,  way to . . . ,orany phrasing that signals finality

One way to . . .                             another  way this can …

To begin with,                              furthermore, moreover, or

another reason for . . ., etc.

 

  1. Developer Sentences within the Body of Paragraphs; also,Can Be Used in Essay Body Paragraph Topic Sentences

 

Transitions usedtosignal an exampleis about to be given:

for example, for instance, to illustrate, to illustrate this point, etc.

 

Transitions used tosignal a result of something:

as a result, therefore, thus, hence, consequently, etc.

 

Transitions used tosignal contrast or difference:

on the other hand, however, on the contrary, otherwise, nevertheless, nonetheless, conversely, etc.

 

Transitions used to signal likeness:

similar to…, likewise, similarly, in the same way, like, etc.

 

Transitions used to signal an alternative:

instead, otherwise, as an alternative, etc.

 

ENG 100

5/27/2020

Unit 2: Topic Sentence Outline Assignment

 

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