This first sentence will have the section definer of Roman numeral I.
Following the example from step 1: Having three children and a wife requires a lot of effort on a daily basis.
The broader your topic is, the more difficult it is to discuss the full details.
This is why you should establish early on the scope and limitations of your paper which will provide the foundation for your research paper outline.
A thesis statement is usually one sentence long, makes a claim, takes a position or makes a promise of what is to come in your paper.
An example of a thesis statement is: When thinking about attending college, I had to consider my home obligations, work commitments and available funds as reasons why I could not attend this year.
A sentence outline differs from a topic outline in that instead of single word topics and ideas, each heading and sub point consist of complete sentences.
There is a very specific format to creating a sentence outline.
You may also state what type of approach it is that you'll be using in your paper for the entire discussion of your topic.
Generally, your Introduction should orient your readers to the major points the rest of the paper will be covering, and how.