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  1. Organization Kyra Barrett, Brad Laffoon, Morgan Winder, Mackenzie Varnado

  2. Outlining

  3. “ I know where every tool and ingredient is in my kitchen, and I can cook pretty efficiently. When I begin a recipe, I bring out all the ingredients, measure them, and line them up in the order in which I'll use them. Even complicated recipes seem fairly easy once I have everything laid out, and the organization gives me some sense of control.” -John Freidlander

  4. The Importance of Outlining • Group similar/related ideas • Clarify ideas • Organize large amounts of information • Allows others to see your thinking process

  5. Tips and Tools • https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/544/02/ • https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/544/03/ • http://www.inspiration.com/visual-learning • http://writingcenter.waldenu.edu/318.htm

  6. Sentence Outlining • Allows writer to check importance of sentence • Avoid DWD in a sentence • http://www.lavc.edu/library/outline.htm

  7. In Paragraphs

  8. http://www.greenriver.edu/Documents/student-affairs/tutoring-resources/wc/organization-module-paragraphs.pdfhttp://www.greenriver.edu/Documents/student-affairs/tutoring-resources/wc/organization-module-paragraphs.pdf • http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/paragraphs/

  9. It Matters! • Organization depends on the type of paper being written but should include -Unified, well developed ideas -Information related to the thesis -Coherent thoughts

  10. Sentences are Important • Four Different Sentences -serving as a topic sentence that presents a specific claim or claims -providing specific facts as support -explanation of facts previously mentioned -transitional sentence

  11. Common Problems • Paragraphs filled with unsupported statements • Paragraphs filled with facts that DO NOT support statements • No topic sentences • Paragraph with more than one controlling idea • Transitions needed

  12. Transitions • Why are they important? • They make points in essays easier to follow

  13. Do you get comments in your papers saying: Choppy Jumpy TRANSITION PROBLEMS! How is this related? Dude I need a road map to follow this paper…

  14. Types of Transitions • Transitions between sections • Transitions between paragraphs • Transitions within paragraphs

  15. http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/transitions/

  16. When writing ask yourself these questions: • Are my claims true and accurate? • Can I say what I want to say more clearly? • Does each sentence contribute directly to my thesis? • Does each paragraph develop a single idea, and do your paragraphs follow a logical progression? • What can I do to make my paper more enjoyable to read?