Compose an in-depth outline for your proposal argument paper.

Compose an in-depth outline for your proposal argument paper. Be sure to review this week’s video and PowerPoint before constructing this outline. You will need to include a thesis statement in the form of a complex sentence, at least 4 topic sentences, at least four examples with in-text citations, and at least four wrap-up sentences. You should include a Works Cited page. This outline should be 500 words minimum with at least 4 sources – you can use the sources from your annotated bibliography if they fit well with your thesis – or you can find new source(s) if you’ve chosen a different path. Your outline will look something like this: Research Question: Thesis Statement: (a complex sentence that answers your RQ) Topic sentence 1: (The first reason your thesis is true.) Example 1: (Information from your first source with intent citation in MA format.) Wrap-up sentences: (3-4 sentences that connect your example to your topic sentence and your topic sentence to your thesis.) Topic sentence 2: (The second reason your thesis is true.) Example 2: (Information from your second source with intent citation in MLA format.) Wrap-up sentences: (3-4 sentences that connect your example to your topic sentence and your topic sentence to your thesis.) Topic sentence 3: (The third reason your thesis is true.) Example 3: (Information from your third source with in text citation in MLA format.) Wrap-up sentences: (3-4 sentences that connect your example to your topic sentence and your topic sentence to your thesis.) Topic sentence 4: (The fourth reason your thesis is true.) Example 4: (Information from your fourth source with intext citation in MLA format.) Wrap-up sentences: (3-4 sentences that connect your example to your topic sentence and your topic sentence to your thesis.)