TU Communications Supporting Liberal Arts in Business Courses Paper

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FINAL PAPER OUTLINE WORKSHEET
Directions:

For this assignment, use and build on the Final Paper Proposal Worksheet from
Module 3. See my notes, comments, and suggestions on that assignment, which I
returned to you already.

Using your Module 3 worksheet—and my comments on it—you will create a DETAILED
OUTLINE of your final paper.

THIS WORKSHEET WALKS YOU THROUGH THAT PROCESS OF CREATING AN
OUTLINE.

But throughout your outline, ALSO be sure to integrate your outside sources that
you found too! (You summarized those sources in that Final Paper Proposal
Worksheet.)
o In other words: in your paper, you should incorporate quotes and facts from your
sources throughout your paragraphs, using APA style in-text citations to do so
o Use the skills you learned in English 103 and practiced further in HUM 102 That
is to say, you do NOT just want to plop a quote, or a citation, at the end of a
paragraph.
o Instead, you want to INCORPORATE the ideas and quotes from your sources
THROUGHOUT your paragraphs.
o In doing this, you should ALSO be incorporating in-text citations each time you
use an idea, fact, or quote from a source. So do NOT simply plop a citation at the
end of a paragraph
Using the boxes below, create the outline of what your Final Paper draft will look like.


YOU WILL USE THIS OUTLINE TO ACTUALLY WRITE OUT YOUR FINAL PAPER
IN MODULE 7.
REMINDER: Here is the paper prompt you’re writing about:
The liberal arts include (but are not limited to) philosophy, literature, theater, and history. Each
of these disciplines, when studied rigorously, explore the nature of human behavior, decision
making, logic, argument, and cultural difference. They have little to say about the current
trends and strategies associated with business and industry. Should business students be
required to study the liberal arts, or should their time be spent studying current business trends
and strategies exclusively?
Introduction Paragraph: About 4-5 sentences. The INTRODUCTION PARAGRAPH should largely just
state: (a) a LITTLE background on the topic; (b) why the topic is important to talk about in today’s
world; (c) a very brief summary of the TWO SIDES OF THE DEBATE, pro and con, of the issue you chose;
(d) state your conclusion. Your conclusion is your paper’s “thesis statement” at the end of this
introduction paragraph. (See your Module 3 Final Paper Proposal Worksheet for your conclusion.).
Finally, your introduction paragraph should (e) state in a sentence or two, and very clearly, the four
premises you’ll be offering later in the paper: “I prove my conclusion by, first, … second, … third, … and
fourth … .”
Background Information Paragraph: DON’T start giving premises yet! In this paragraph, you should
provide any “background information” your reader needs to understand in order to HAVE ALL THE
RELEVANT FACTS about the topic BEFORE your start arguing for your own position. What terms are
you using that need to be defined? What are the associated issues, complications, etc. that need to be
explained before diving into the argument itself? What’s the history of the topic and of the debate?
For example:

Imagine you’re writing your paper about marijuana legalization. You’d want your “background
information” source to explain: (a) what marijuana is; (b) how it affects the human body; (c)
where it is currently legal for recreational and/or medical use, and where it is not; and/or (d)
the history of the battle over its legalization
REMEMBER: This is NOT the place to give premises! In other words, this is NOT the place to start
convincing someone you’re right! This is just the place to explain the topic in detail.
And:
Remember to incorporate quotes and facts from one or more sources into your paragraph, using APA
style in-text citations to do so.



Use the skills you learned in English 103 and practiced further in HUM 102 That is to say, you do
NOT just want to plop a quote, or a citation, at the end of a paragraph.
Instead, you want to INCORPORATE the ideas and quotes from your sources THROUGHOUT
your paragraphs.
In doing this, you should ALSO be incorporating in-text citations each time you use an idea, fact,
or quote from a source. So do NOT simply plop a citation at the end of a paragraph
Premise Paragraph 1: State Premise 1. Explain that premise in detail, all in about 5 sentences. See
your Final Paper Proposal Worksheet for Premise 1.
And:
Remember to incorporate quotes and facts from one or more sources into your paragraph, using APA
style in-text citations to do so.



Use the skills you learned in English 103 and practiced further in HUM 102 That is to say, you do
NOT just want to plop a quote, or a citation, at the end of a paragraph.
Instead, you want to INCORPORATE the ideas and quotes from your sources THROUGHOUT
your paragraphs.
In doing this, you should ALSO be incorporating in-text citations each time you use an idea, fact,
or quote from a source. So do NOT simply plop a citation at the end of a paragraph
Premise Paragraph 2: State Premise 2. Explain that premise in detail, all in about 5 sentences. See
your Final Paper Proposal Worksheet for Premise 2.
And:
Remember to incorporate quotes and facts from one or more sources into your paragraph, using APA
style in-text citations to do so.



Use the skills you learned in English 103 and practiced further in HUM 102 That is to say, you do
NOT just want to plop a quote, or a citation, at the end of a paragraph.
Instead, you want to INCORPORATE the ideas and quotes from your sources THROUGHOUT
your paragraphs.
In doing this, you should ALSO be incorporating in-text citations each time you use an idea, fact,
or quote from a source. So do NOT simply plop a citation at the end of a paragraph
Premise Paragraph 3: State Premise 3. Explain that premise in detail, all in about 5 sentences. See
your
Final Paper Proposal Worksheet for Premise 3.
And:
Remember to incorporate quotes and facts from one or more sources into your paragraph, using APA
style in-text citations to do so.



Use the skills you learned in English 103 and practiced further in HUM 102 That is to say, you do
NOT just want to plop a quote, or a citation, at the end of a paragraph.
Instead, you want to INCORPORATE the ideas and quotes from your sources THROUGHOUT
your paragraphs.
In doing this, you should ALSO be incorporating in-text citations each time you use an idea, fact,
or quote from a source. So do NOT simply plop a citation at the end of a paragraph
Premise Paragraph 4: State Premise 4. Explain that premise in detail, all in about 5 sentences. See
your Final Paper Proposal Worksheet for Premise 4.
And:
Remember to incorporate quotes and facts from one or more sources into your paragraph, using APA
style in-text citations to do so.



.
Use the skills you learned in English 103 and practiced further in HUM 102 That is to say, you do
NOT just want to plop a quote, or a citation, at the end of a paragraph.
Instead, you want to INCORPORATE the ideas and quotes from your sources THROUGHOUT
your paragraphs.
In doing this, you should ALSO be incorporating in-text citations each time you use an idea, fact,
or quote from a source. So do NOT simply plop a citation at the end of a paragraph
OBJECTION to your position. In other words, how might someone disagree with you? What would
their counter-argument be? Explain this in about 5 sentences.
REPLY TO OBJECTION. Explain why your position on this issue is still the correct one. How do you
respond to that objection and defend your own view?
But also: are there any parts of the objection that are right? Are there parts of the objection you’re
willing to agree to and accept? In other words, are there nuances, complications, etc. that need to be
kept in mind and incorporated into your argument? Say so!
And:
Remember to incorporate quotes and facts from one or more sources into your paragraph, using APA
style in-text citations to do so.



Use the skills you learned in English 103 and practiced further in HUM 102 That is to say, you do
NOT just want to plop a quote, or a citation, at the end of a paragraph.
Instead, you want to INCORPORATE the ideas and quotes from your sources THROUGHOUT
your paragraphs.
In doing this, you should ALSO be incorporating in-text citations each time you use an idea, fact,
or quote from a source. So do NOT simply plop a citation at the end of a paragraph
Final paragraph in 4-5 sentences. Wrap things up! Summarize WHY this topic matters so much today.
And summarize your position on it.
References
Please list all of your sources in APA style here.

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