Write a topic outline

Write a topic outline,

first, on your second topic (describing someone, something, etc.), as I mentioned in class today (2013/05/03).

http://www.stevens.edu/wit/outlines/rules.shtml#topic

There are two types of outlines, full sentence and topical. MLA recommends full sentence outlines; however, students should check with their instructors to see which type the instructor prefers. Each type has its advantages.

http://www.billstifler.org/ENGL1010/09R01-outline.htm

3) Many links are gone, but an old class syllabus page

http://www.wikihouse.com/myasuda/index.php?Adv-Comp%2F2005-07-01

There are more links, but this is enough for the moment.

Example of formats:

III.
A.
1.
2.
3.
B.
1.
2.
3.
i. Instead of parenthesis, period here
ii.
iii.
4.
C.

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