Surviving Jamestown Outline to Essay

You have researched and taken detailed notes. You went outside of your comfort zone to create an outline. That outline is the framework for your next step -- the five paragraph essay.

Remember:

  • If it doesn't have anything to do with the main idea of the paragraph, it doesn't belong in that paragraph
  • Your essay should flow. How can you make sure it flows?
Please skip lines while writing your rough draft. This will help as your edit, revise, and get feedback.

What big questions should your essay answer for your reader?

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