Create an outline for a research essay based on the information you found in lesson 1. your outline must include a claim, main ideas that support your claim, and details from sources that back up each main idea. as you build your outline, you are free to find new sources and to get rid of old sources that you no longer find . however, your new sources must meet the requirements from the lesson 1 assignment: they must be credible and relevant, and at least one must represent a different medium from the others. in lesson 3, you will use this outline to write a research paper. your outline should include the following elements: a claim that expresses the ultimate point of your essay about a historical hoax at least two main ideas that support the claim supporting points and pieces of evidence that back up each main idea information about the source of each piece of evidence an introduction, body, and conclusion at least three credible and relevant sources from at least two different media
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the simple predicate is the main verb in the predicate that tells what the subject does. example: my father fixed the dryer. read each sentence. draw a line under the complete predicate.
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