Present your outline for your research paper topic:
Research Paper Outline:
Your outline (Links to an external site.) will constitute three main sections: the Introduction, the Body and the Conclusion.
The introduction (Links to an external site.) should contain your thesis statement (Links to an external site.) or the topic of your research as well as the purpose of your study. You may include here the reason why you chose that particular topic or simply the significance of your research paper’s topic. You may also state what type of approach it is that you’ll be using in your paper for the entire discussion of your topic. Generally, your Introduction should orient your readers to the major points the rest of the paper will be covering, and how.
The body of your paper is where you will be presenting all your arguments to support your thesis statement. Start with a strong argument, followed by a stronger one, and end with the strongest argument as your final point.
The conclusion (Links to an external site.) is where you form a summary of all your arguments so you can arrive at your final position. Explain and reiterate why you’ve ended up with the said conclusion.