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University of Phoenix Material Summer Hilliard Instructor: KATRINA EVERHART 4/27/2013 COM/156 - UNIVERSITY COMPOSITION AND COMMUNICATION II Outline and Thesis Statement Guide Create an outline that includes details that support your thesis. Identify at least three main points and at least two supporting details per main point. • Write all supporting details and subdetails in complete sentences. • Include both in-text citations in the outline and a references page following the outline. Many of your supporting details and subdetails will need in-text citations. • Outline only the body of your paper (not your introduction or conclusion). • Avoid bias and present a balanced case for your thesis—this will strengthen your writing. Your thesis statement: There have been many different perspectives on how television effect children, I have researched the positive and negative to find out if television is truly bad for children. Outline: I. Introduction There are pros and cons for television watching for infants and young children II. First main point- Television’s educational programs have positive effects on children A. Supporting details- Research has been done to support that TV expands children’s knowledge 1. Sesame street and the light company, has been proven to improve overall cognitive and general knowledge skills in children 2. Dr. Dimitri Christakis study controlled trials during his research to prove the right television can enhance a child’s mind. B. Supporting details- There are positive reasons to let your child watch television for short intervals. 1. Subdetails- Alice Langholt states that “Classics from PBS that we have been watching for 35 years, have
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