Question by  blondieone (12)

How do I do an annotated outline?

I am expected to do one for class and I have no idea how to do it.


Answer by  JodiJ (312)

The goal is to provide a rough structure for your final work. Write your outline like a table of contents with short summary paragraphs of what will be covered in each section. In the end it should flow from introduction to the conclusion of the topic.


Answer by  Rani60 (351)

First you read the annotation very carefully. Then decided what are the points say and how to explain it and use good word.


Answer by  Gingercakes (920)

An annotated outline is kind of like a bibliography only with a summary sentence or two. If I were you, I'd do an internet search for an example of an annotated outline to see the overall layout. Good luck!


Answer by  Will65 (73)

In order to do the outline, you first have to get all of yours sources and citations that you will be using. Next you sit down and put them in order, it's a long process but it is necessary. Remember annotations are very reflective paragraphs of the work.

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