Learn to Outline
Outlining is an easy and great way to get organized. You can use outlining for many different things. One of the most
common uses of outlining is for writing essays, outlining stories, or outlining reports.
Before you learn how to outline you probably will first want to know WHAT an outline is. Many people define outlines differently. Here are some of them:
A logical and general description
A schematic summery
An organizational pattern
A concept or design of what you are writing
Now that you know what outlines are for, you might want to know what the purpose of an outline is:
An outline helps your writing process
It helps you organize your ideas
It shows your relationship between your ideas
It has an ordered overview of what you are writing
It orders your ideas in groups
Also, there are many benefits for outlining.
You can check the developments in your work.
It is easy to see the minor and major points in what you are writing.
You can order your work better.
You can help straighten the flow in the logic
To make an outline you can either group the outline by subject, or by paragraphs. If you outline a book, you outline by paragraphs. If you outline a book to write a report about Egypt, you would probably first take note cards by a subject and then put them into an outline. "What is the point of doing the outline then?" you ask. It is easier to put the notes in order. With an outline, you can get a mental picture of what the document should look like. Go to this link to learn how to make an outline.Learn to make an outline