COM150 Week 6 CheckPoint Topic Outline and Working References

Before you write your expository essay, you must organize your ideas. One way to organize content is by creating a formal outline. Normally, an outline organizes only the body of your paper. Although your thesis statement appears in your introduction when you write the expository essay, you must include your thesis statement at the top of your outline. That way, it is easier for you and for your instructor to check for alignment between the thesis and supporting ideas.
Review the following resources in the CWE:
• APA Reference and Citation Examples—under the APA Information in the Tutorials and Guides section
• Reference and Citation Generator—under the APA Information in the Tutorials and Guides section
• Sample Outline—under the Grammar and Writing Guides: Writing & Style Information section
Use the Associate Program Material: Topic Outline and Thesis Statement Guide to create a topic outline for your expository essay.
Use the Associate Program Material: Reference Samples in APA Format as a guide to help you create a working references list formatted consistent with Associate Program style guidelines.
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