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Again, you will probably want to add transition phrases or sentences to connect each paragraph to what came before and to help the reader follow your argument.
Once you have finished turning your outline into paragraphs, you should have a decent first draft of your paper.
Step 4: Construct your paragraphs Next, start at the beginning of your outline and go through point by point.
Delete the outline formatting (indentations and letter/numeral designations) and start to put your sentences together into paragraphs.The more detail you add, the easier it will be to write you paper later on!In terms of how to organize your subheadings, again try to present these supporting ideas in a logical order.This will help you to see more clearly idea where to divide up your paragraphs.When writing a short to medium length paper, each heading (or main idea) will typically correspond to one paragraph.Step 3: Turn your headings and subheadings into complete sentences Once you have added as much detail as possible and your outline is complete, save it as a new file on your computer (or type it into the computer).If your main and supporting ideas in the outline are not already in sentence form, turn each item into one or more complete sentences.Now you just need to proofread and revise (and repeat) until you are ready to turn in your assignment!Click here and follow the instructions for emergency writing intervention.Make sure that your ideas are in the most logical order.Don’t be afraid to test out different orderings to see what makes the most sense!