This is the direction that needs to be followed!!!
After youâ€™ve done a lot of reading and determined what you would like to say, you will develop an outline consisting of an introduction with a thesis statement, a body, and a conclusion.
Think about how you would want to have this issue explained to you. That should determine the outline of your paper.
Your introduction should introduce the topic, ending with a thesis statement. This statement tells your reader what you are trying to prove through your work. Examples: â€œMonetâ€™s style is quintessentially impressionistic.â€ â€œKandinskyâ€™s early works are apt illustrations of Tolstoyâ€™s theory of art.â€ â€œBeethovenâ€™s 9th Symphony was not as revolutionary as most people think.â€) After your thesis statement, you may tell how you will prove your point. For instance, if you were to argue the second sentence, â€œKandinskyâ€™s early works are apt illustrations of Tolstoyâ€™s theory of art,â€ you may go on to say, â€œI will argue this point by examining each of Tolstoyâ€™s criteria, clarity, sincerity, and individuality as they compare to Kandinskyâ€™s own writing and three works that are contemporary with this writing.â€
Your outline might look like this:
A. Thesis statement: Kandinskyâ€™s early works are apt illustrations of Tolstoyâ€™s theory of art.
A. Tolstoyâ€™s writing on Individuality
B. Kandinskyâ€™s writing on Individuality
C. Kandinskyâ€™s piece X.
A. Tolstoyâ€™s writing on Sincerity
B. Kandinskyâ€™s writing on Sincerity
C. Kandinskyâ€™s piece Y
A. Tolstoyâ€™s writing on Clarity
B. Kandinskyâ€™s writing on clarity
C. Kandinskyâ€™s piece Z
can please just make it BASIC VOCABULARY NOT HIGH LEVEL PAPER, and make sure you follow what in the sources that attached .