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.
Following the example: "Helping my kids with their homework is something that needs to be done every day." You might also add another statement, define that as 2 and write: "My wife and I make plans to have date night every Friday." What you are doing in this step is creating multiple supportive points for the sub-point A.
Each must be designated by number 1, 2, 3 and so on.
Take note here, that each subsequent section divider will also use Roman numerals. Write a supportive statement under the sentence created as section I.
This supportive statement should stay on topic but at the same time should take only one position within the argument and begin to expand on it.
The example continues: It is my responsibility to be there emotionally for everyone in my house.
Write under sub-point A created in step 3, a sentence that continues to expand the argument but focuses specifically on sub-point A. This sentence will be indented under the sub-point and will be designated with the number 1.
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