Outline: Writing Process and Introductory Paragraph

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Outline and Introductory Paragraph Worksheet

Create an outline and introductory paragraph in preparation for writing a complete Personal Plan due in Week Five.

Use the following information to assist you with the content of your outline and introductory paragraph:

• Ethical Lens Inventory results
• Career Interests Profiler results
• Career Plan Building Activity: Competencies results
• Your SMART goals, including those identified in the University of Phoenix Material: Goal Setting

Use the following to assist you with the writing of your outline:

• Sample Outline in the CWE
• MyFoundationsLab: The Writing Process
• MyFoundationsLab: Prewriting

Outline:

Introduction
1. What I think versus what the results say
a. Seeing my strengths’ and weakness
b. Figuring in my SMART goals
2. How to build on my competencies
a. What areas need to be improved
b. Building better habits when it comes to school

Use the following to assist you with the writing of your introductory paragraph:

• MyFoundationsLab: Developing and Organizing a Paragraph • MyFoundationsLab: The Topic Sentence
• MyFoundationsLab: Recognizing a Paragraph

Introductory Paragraph:

Since I have started college I have set myself up for high expectations. Having parents that didn’t go to college I figured I wouldn’t have an understanding support system. But since I have started at the University of Phoenix with all the resources regarding with helping you in the right career direction, finding your weakness and strengths, getting SMART goals it has been the biggest support system ever. Although they have pointed out my weaknesses and my strengths I can continue to make goals and see what areas I need that could use improvement in and always build better learning and studying habits. As I continue to grow in my academic sense in order to flourish I will continue to use and find even...
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