Creating an Outline for Option 2

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Instructions: Write complete sentences to fill in the items below.

Introduction:

Introduction:

· Identify the titles and authors of the works you are analyzing.

· Give some brief information about each character you are analyzing.

· Provide 1-2 sentences to explain why comparing these two characters is worthwhile.

· Remember to avoid the first-person point of view (I, me, my, our, ours) and the second-person point of view (you, your, yours) in formal writing.

Thesis Statement (fill in the blanks for one of the thesis statements on the right). This will be the last sentence of your introduction.

While some differences between (name of character 1) and (name of character 2) are evident, they are similar in the aspects of __________, __________, and __________ (you will determine three points of comparison from the pool, and those will become the topics of your three body paragraphs).

OR

While some similarities between (name of character 1) and (name of character 2) are evident, they are different in the aspects of __________, __________, and __________ (you will determine three points of comparison from the pool, and those will become the topics of your three body paragraphs).

Body Paragraphs: This is where you will develop each of the points in your thesis statement.

Body Paragraph 1: Elaborate on the first point in your thesis statement

Topic Sentence: (this will be a complete sentence that makes a claim about the first point you are comparing/contrasting)

Detail 1: (a complete sentence that details how the point applies to the first character)

Quote to support the claim you are making about the first character:

Detail 2: (a complete sentence that details how the point applies to the second character)

Quote to support the claim you are making about the second character:

Concluding Sentence: (this will be a complete sentence to link the main idea of this paragraph to the thesis statement)

Body Paragraph 2: Elaborate on the second point in your thesis statement

Topic Sentence: (this will be a complete sentence that makes a claim about the second point you are comparing/contrasting)

Detail 1: (a complete sentence that details how the point applies to the first character)

Quote to support the claim you are making about the first character:

Detail 2: (a complete sentence that details how the point applies to the second character)

Quote to support the claim you are making about the second character:

Concluding Sentence: (this will be a complete sentence to link the main idea of this paragraph to the thesis statement)

Body Paragraph 3: Elaborate on the third point in your thesis statement

Topic Sentence: (this will be a complete sentence that makes a claim about the third point you are comparing/contrasting)

Detail 1: (a complete sentence that details how the point applies to the first character)

Quote to support the claim you are making about the first character:

Detail 2: (a complete sentence that details how the point applies to the second character)

Quote to support the claim you are making about the second character:

Concluding Sentence: (this will be a complete sentence to link the main idea of this paragraph to the thesis statement)

Conclusion: This is where you will summarize the main points you’ve presented and include your final thoughts. Don’t introduce new information here! End with reminding your reader of your thesis (paraphrased, not repeated).

Conclusion:

· Paraphrase your thesis

· Summarize the main points of each body paragraph

· Leave your reader with a sense of closure

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