Remember the form of your arguments—below is just one possible structure. Remember the Quote Sandwich: Topic sentence Supporting idea Supporting idea Evidence, example, anecdote, data, statistics that you introduce, produce, explain per the Quote Sandwich. Supporting idea with additional reference to data statistics, and so on. Supporting idea with additional reference to data, statistics, and so on. Transition to next paragraph Focus on creating resilient, detailed arguments that are appropriately supported by the research you have done and the information you have culled from that research. This is still a draft of your paper, but to as great an extent possible, should resemble your final paper. • Follow an outline of your paper. Your outline or idea map, both of which we’ve covered in class, will keep you focused and organized. • Review your arguments, your topic sentences, your paragraph supports. • Ensure that smooth transitions exist between paragraphs and ideas. • Eliminate generalities, vague statements, unsupported claims. • Check your spelling, grammar, sentence construction, and punctuation. • Have someone else read the paper and review with you their thoughts about the content and how you have expressed that content. • Take the draft to the Writing Center if you can get an appointment or as a walk-in.
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