How To Create An Informative Research Paper Outline Quickly


Do you want to start writing your informative research paper? Do you have many ideas in your mind but do not know how to organize them? Have you no idea of how to write a research paper outline without wasting time? Is it hard for you to create an outline for your research paper because it takes time? You need to save time and organize your paper in the form of an outline. An outline helps in organizing your research data and saving some efforts.


If you want to look at a sample outline for your informative research paper, here is what you need to do

  • Write the title of your paper on the top of your outline
  • For the introduction you will need
  • Hook: it should be a phrase or an important factor figure that can gain attention of your audience
  • Aim: this is the core aim of your paper
  • Thesis statement: include this by the end of your introduction, this shows what the rest of your paper will talk about
  • Transitional hook: how you will build ground for your next paragraph

Body of your paper

For the body of your paper, you will need to base your paragraphs on the number of your major arguments. If your paper has three major arguments, you will have three body paragraphs. If you have more than three your paragraphs will be more. For each paragraph, you will need a main point and two or three supporting points to prove your point. You will need evidence for each paragraph. These should be valid data and values that can add value to your paper. Here is how the outline for the body of your paper should look like:

  1. Main point
    • Supporting idea 1.1
    • Supporting idea 1.2
    • Supporting idea 1.3
  2. Main point for second paragraph
    • Supporting idea 1.1
    • Supporting idea 1.2
    • Supporting idea 1.3
  3. Main point for third paragraph
    • Supporting idea 1.1
    • Supporting idea 1.2
    • Supporting idea 1.3

Conclusion

This should be the summary of your research paper. No new ideas should be included in the conclusion and none of the discussed data should be missing. Make sure you finish your paper on a clear note. Do not write any statement that will confuse your reader. The conclusion of your paper should be precise and clear.


Concluding remarks

Restate your thesis statement and show how you proved your point.

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