How to write an outline

I. Introduction
A. Thesis statement: indicates relationship between primary source and race/class/gender and the significance of your argument

II. Major Idea #1
A. Statement of idea and its relationship to primary source
B. Detail from primary source
1. Supporting evidence from secondary source
C. Detail from primary source
1. Supporting evidence from secondary source

III. Major Idea #2
A. Statement of idea and its relationship to primary source
B. Detail from primary source
1. Supporting evidence from secondary source
C. Detail from primary source
1. Supporting evidence from secondary source

IV. Major Idea #3
A. Statement of idea and its relationship to primary source
B. Detail from primary source
1. Supporting evidence from secondary source
C. Detail from primary source
1. Supporting evidence from secondary source

V. Conclusion
A. Summary of major ideas
B. Rephrasing and emphasis of thesis
C. Concluding remarks: how has your class, race, gender reading of the primary source helped us to better understand the historic people and place from which your primary source was drawn?

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