Research Paper: Organize Your IdeasUsing the information collected on the note cards, develop an outline to organize your ideas. An outline shows your main ideas and the order in which you are going to write about them. It's the bare bones of what will later become a fleshed-out written report.
- Write down all the main ideas.
- List the subordinate ideas below the main ideas.
- Avoid any repetition of ideas.
Below is a partial sample outline for a research paper entitled The Early Days of Baseball.
No part of this outline may be reproduced without the permission of Information Please.
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