Astrology (Zodiac Signs, Horoscopes, etc)

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Research Paper Outline

Directions: Fill in the outline using the cues. Just type in your responses in the spaces below. If you need additional body paragraphs, you may copy the format to a new body paragraph. You do not need to use all the body paragraphs BUT your paper should NOT be only 5 paragraphs!

MY TOPIC YOU WILL BE WRITING ABOUT: Inform reader about Astrology (zodiac signs, horoscopes, the different signs that correspond with certain dates, the traits they come with, how personallities differ according to sign) 

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Introduction
Hook/Grabber (How will you pull in your reader, introduce your ideas?)

Bridge (How do you get from the general idea in your hook to your thesis which is specific?)

Thesis (Your claim; A strong thesis is specific and detailed; should tell the reader your whole point and what will be discussed in the body)

Body Paragraph One
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Body Paragraph Two
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Body Paragraph Three
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Body Paragraph Four
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Body Paragraph Five
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Body Paragraph Six
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Body Paragraph Seven
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Body Paragraph Eight
Topic Sentence (Paragraph thesis; what is the point of this paragraph. Be specific. A poorly written topic sentence can disrupt paragraph unity)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Evidence (your point that supports your claim/thesis; fact, quote, etc) CITE!

Support (Support your evidence. Does it pass the ‘So What?’ test? Connect evidence to thesis. Support should be 1-3 sentences long)

Concluding Sentence (Wrap up the ideas in this paragraph and transition if necessary)

Conclusion
Restate Thesis (Do NOT repeat. Phrase in a way that concludes your point)

Restate main points (Summarize the body)

Call to Action (What should your reader do or think by the end of this argument?)

(Continue onto last page)

Works Cited

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NEED SOURCES FOR WORK CITED PAGE AND IN TEXT CITATIONS. 

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