It’s easiest to order your ideas when you’ve

It's easiest to order your ideas when you've a. written a clear and specific thesis statement. b. collected feedback from as many people as possible. c. completed your research. d. developed an outline of your ideas.

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I'm pretty sure the answer is D.

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A. written a clear and specific thesis statement.

A thesis statement should include the topic of your essay as well as a preview of the major supporting ideas. The supporting ideas are the topics of each of your body paragraphs. You would write a draft of your thesis statement at the beginning of your outline, so it would be easier to complete an outline of your ideas. A clear thesis statement about cell phones in school might be: Cell phones should be allowed in the classroom because they can be a useful tool for education, a necessary way of contacting someone in an emergency, and an importance practice in ignoring distractions. This statement gives the author's position on the topic of cell phones in school and then lists the supporting reasons in the order they should appear in the body paragraphs.

B.

developed an outline of your ideas.

C, hope this helped.

D

Explanation:

The outline is like the previous sketch of your writing, so it's necessary to have written a good outline in order to have clearly in mind which ideas are going to be included and how.

in my opinion the answer is b

Explanation:

because if you don't have information or research you cant come up with ideas.

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It is easiest to order your ideas when you have developed an outline of your ideas.

Your answer is option A) Written a clear and specific thesis statement

Option B fits into option A. You need a clear and specific thesis statement in order to have a developed outline for your ideas.


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