For this assignment you do need to write an introduction and a conclusion. These should be formatted as you would in an essay / research paper. The outline should have a main idea and then subtopics under each main idea. This is done to help organize a paper. So think about what information you would put into each paragraph and summarize that for each "main idea" of the outline. Here are a couple of ways to format your outline.
Outline with main ideas, subtopics, subdivisions and details:
this below is an example of how an outline should look like
Example of a full-sentence outline:
Warming Our World and Chilling Our Future
Thesis Statement: Today I want to share what I have learned about global warming and its causes.
I. Global warming is alive and well and thriving in Antarctica.
A. In winter 1995, an iceberg the size of Rhode Island broke off.
B. In October 1998, an iceberg the size of Delaware broke off.
C. All of us have a lot at stake.
1. Now, I am what you call a “country mouse.”
2. I love the outdoors.
3. You can be a “city mouse,” and like clean air, good water, and not having to worry about sun.
D. Today I want to share what I have learned about global warming and its causes.
II. Global warming is a gradual warming of the Earth from human activities (citation).
A. It is characterized by a high concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
1. Each year five tons of CO2 are pumped into the atmosphere (citation).
2. The carbon dioxide traps heat.
3. 1998 set temperature records (citation).
B. Carbon pollutants also eat a hole in the ozone layer (citation).
1. In 1998 this hole set a size record.
2. This allows more ultraviolet radiation to reach Earth.
C. If this problem is not corrected; we may see disastrous results (citation).
1. There could be dramatic climate changes.
a. There could be drought in the middle of continents.
b. There could be many severe storms.
c. There could be rising sea levels that would destroy coastal areas.
2. There could be serious health problems.
a. There could be an increase in skin cancer.
b. There could be an increase in cataracts.
c. There could be damaged immune systems.
D. Now that you understand what global warming is and why it is important, let’s examine its major causes.
III. The loss of
woodlands adds to global warming (citation).
emissions accelerate global warming (citation).
V. Personal energy
consumption magnifies global warming (citation).
VI. In conclusion, if you want to know why we have global warming, listen for the falling trees, watch the industrial smokestacks darkening the sky, and smell the exhaust fumes we are pumping into the air.
A. Gore told a story on how global warming can sneak up on us.
B. Addressing the National Academy of Sciences, the vice president said, “If dropped into a pot of boiling water….”
C. The more we know about global warming, the more likely we are to jump and the less likely we are to be cooked.
Diabetes Mellitus otherwise known as juvanile diabetes,is a chronic disorder,in which beta cells in pancreas produce little or a little insuline.
Alteration of self cells
Auto immune response
Destruction of beta cells
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
1. Random blood sugar
If the random blood sugar level is above 200mg/dlis considered as diabetic
2. Fasting blood sugar
sugar level above 126mg/dl is considered as diabetic.
3. A1C test orglycated haemoglobin test.
It indicate average blood sugar level for last 3 months
Type 1 diabetic mellitus is a cronic disease,though it cannot be cured but can be controlled by many ways.
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