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(Thesis Statement, Outline, and Works Cited page)
You may use any information that is credible and reliable. You may not use any “Blog-style” source nor may you use Wikipedia or Yahoo answers.
Directions: Write your answer to the research question here:
Directions: Fill in the following information. (You need to fill in everything in red). For example, where it says “hook,” erase the word hook and write the hook of your paper. Where it says “thesis,” erase the word thesis and write your thesis. Write one complete sentence about each subtopic. Then write three sentences that support your subtopic.
Choose three aspects of your topic to write about. Fill in the following information for each aspect you choose. Since I have already completed the outline for you, you need to fill in this information using complete sentences. Make sure you keep track of where you found the information.
Thesis (answer to the research question)
Summarize main points
Leave the reader with something to think about – what is your final thought
Answered the question “who was this person?”
Summarized his/her work
Answered the question “why is he/she included in the American Renaissance time period?”
Summarizes the main points
Restates the thesis
Leaves the reader w/ something to think about
Student used complete sentences
Total points (out of 20)
Works Cited (MLA Format)
What is the author’s or editor’s name? If there is no author, skip this step.
What is the title of the article? Put it in quotation marks.
“The Revolutionary War”
What is the website title? Italicize it.
What organization published this article?
What date was this information published? (If this is not available, put n.d.)
What day did you find this information?
30 Oct. 2015
What is the website address?
Works Cited page citation
Hampson, Thomas. "The Revolutionary War." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 30 Oct. 2013. <http://www.pbs.org/wnet/ihas/icon/war.html>.
This is how you cite our textbook:
Holdren, John, ed. Explorations: An Anthology of American Literature. Vol. C. Stevens Point: Worzalla,
Some of the websites include the citation! Make sure you check to see if the website you used includes the citation information before you do all of this work :)
Directions: Fill in the following information.
Total points (out of 20) “thesis,” erase the word thesis and write your thesis. Write one complete sentence about each subtopic. Then write three sentences that support your subtopic.