Autism: Want and Main Point

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Outline: Autism Research Paper
 
Introduction
Background Information: Maybe you want to talk a little about autism in general, or explain your specific topic in relation to autism.  Thesis Statement: This sentence will follow the background information and the sentence will state what your paper is about specifically.

 
I. SUBTOPIC # 1 
A. Main Point # 1
1. Details to support it
2. Details to support
B. Possibly another main point or a connection to the next sub topic

II. SUBTOPIC # 2 
A.. Main Point / Important Info
B. Main Point / Important Info
C. Possibly another main point or a connection to the next sub topic

III. SUBTOPIC #  =Main Point #3
A.. Main Point / Important Info
B. Main Point / Important Info

IV. Maybe another Subtopic?

Conclusion
Summarize the thesis statement and main ideas in the paper.

Some students might have 7 interesting subtopics they want to discuss: other students might only have 4 but have much more information for those subtopics so your outlines must be adjusted.   This paper is 2-4 pages which means that you must hit page # 3. An underdeveloped paper is one that does not give substantial information or support to the subtopics. You must explore the whole issue.

Remember: You still need to follow the correct rules of writing and grammar. Every paper must be proofread, not just spellchecked. It is possible to get a failing grade on this paper even though you turned one in. Using transitions, capitalization rules etc. must be followed. Don’t forget Works Cited Page and parenthetical notes.

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