English 1301 Report Essay Outline
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- Introduce the topic of the essay.
- Use a rhetorical tool, or several, to draw interest in the topic, possibly through a question, scenario, anecdote, series of facts, numbers, authoritative testimony, examples, or metaphors.
- State a thesis on the ambivalently viewed issue that fairly assesses both sides’ perspectives on the SIRStopic, using the question formed in SIRSto help form the thesis.
- Background according to history and topicality (recent relevance) should be established.
III. (-VI?)Carefully analyze subtopics from each perspective in a compare-and-contrast format that touches one subtopic at a time (such as ethics, economics, types of effects, and so on).
- Define key terms.
- Describe varying categories.
- Present reasons and consequences for each side’s position.
- Clarify any moral or technical dilemmas.
VII. Bridge into your own surveys of locals.
- Note results of a T/F knowledge survey.
- Note results of a Y/N opinion survey.
VIII. Conclude with a balanced summary of the divided positions on your topic.
NOTE: The following page shows a sample outline on a particular topic.
Report Essay Outline Sample
- Introduction on the Topic of Globalization
- Anecdote of Protests in Seattle against the World Bank
- Thesis on Individual Intents versus Corporate Concern
- Background and History
- Rise of Large Multi-national Corporations
- Corporations as Virtual Governments and Legal Entities
III. Problems in Law
- Treating Companies as People
- Treaties That Squelch Small Businesses
- Buying Off Lawmakers
- Gross National Products vs. Private Concerns
- Policing Corporations
- Killing Small Businesses
- Loss of Individual Privacy
- Trends in Government.
- Playing Dumb
- Recognizing Problems
- Containing the Business Beast
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Apathy of Voters
- Power Blocks and Campaigns
- Knowledge of Facts among Locals
- Opinions among Locals