Outline Essays (Examples)

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Outlines for Essays, Research Papers, Term Papers, and More

Every good piece of writing starts with an outline. Whether you are aware of it or not, when you start writing your brain needs a direction to go in before you can even begin.

At the very least you need to know what you want to say: the topic of the essay, or the argument you wish to make.

For short essays or papers only one page in length, you may not need much of an outline. Yet you would still need to know who you are writing for and what you are writing about. Otherwise you could end up with a nonsensical piece of writing!

This article will provide for you examples of some outlines you can use for essays and term papers.

You can also use these essay outline templates to improve your writing and become more organized.

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Research Paper

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Research Paper Outline

Many students find writing an outline challenging.  However, once you have mastered writing an outline, you can easily flesh it out to write a quality paper.  In this article, we provide a template for a standard five-paragraph academic research paper outline, followed by an example of what the outline would look like for a research paper with a specific topic.  Using these tools together, you can easily visualize how a research paper outline should appear.  

I. Introduction

          A. Subtopic 1

          B. Subtopic 2

          C. Subtopic 3

          D. Thesis

II. Subtopic 1

          A. Evidence

               1. Support

               2. Support

          B. Evidence

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Letter of Intention Outlining the

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I also taught both History and Math at the Haverford School from 1989 until 1997. In addition to these leadership roles I have also completed career development courses such as: Curriculum Development, Team Building Techniques, Motivation Techniques, Classroom Management, Technology Integration, Marketing & Advertising, Recruitment & Retention Enrollment Management, Standardized Test Evaluation and others.

I feel that completing these types of courses indicates not only my continued interest in the field or work that I have chosen but also my dedication and commitment to performing well in that field. This dedication will help not only me but those that I work with in the future, and those that work as my subordinates. When one has a strong commitment to one's job, others are aware of that and they understand that they are not the only ones being asked to work for what is important to them. This helps the relationship…… [Read More]

Letter of Intention respectfully apply for the master's program in Organizational Leadership. I wish to use the knowledge that I will gain in that program to work toward my goal of leading a non-profit organization such as a school or a foundation. This type of work is very important to me and I feel as though I will do well for myself and others by working in this field. However, I understand that I must have proper training and education before I can be completely effective in my chosen profession. I also believe that I can bring a great deal of knowledge to the program, as evidenced by the work experience that I have already had.

I have worked at the Haverford School since 1995, both as the Director of Tuition Assistance and as the Associate Director of Admissions. In 1999 I was promoted to the Director of Admissions while still retaining my Director of Tuition Assistance position as well. I also taught both History and Math at the Haverford School from 1989 until 1997. In addition to these leadership roles I have also completed career development courses such as: Curriculum Development, Team Building Techniques, Motivation Techniques, Classroom Management, Technology Integration, Marketing & Advertising, Recruitment & Retention Enrollment Management, Standardized Test Evaluation and others.

I feel that completing these types of courses indicates not only my continued interest in the field or work that I have chosen but also my dedication and commitment to performing well in that field. This dedication will help not only me but those that I work with in the future, and those that work as my subordinates. When one has a strong commitment to one's job, others are aware of that and they understand that they are not the only ones being asked to work for what is important to them. This helps the relationship an employer has with his or her employees and also strengthens the bond that the worker has with those that he or she helps.