Bio Final Outline Essay

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Final Report Part 1 – Outline
Directions: For Part 1, you are required to write a complete introductory paragraph using the outline below. For the second, third, and fourth paragraphs, you need to write complete sentences that show the basic outline for the essay. By completing this outline, you will have a guide to refer to when finalizing your report in Parts 2-4.
Introductory Paragraph (Identify the thesis statement and write a complete paragraph explaining the topic in general.)
Thesis Sentence: By using non-renewable resources mankind is putting a strain on the earth and causing global warming. Paragraph: Do you know the difference between a non- renewable resource and a renewable resource? A non- renewable resource is a
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Write a topic sentence that supports your thesis and provides a transition between the paragraphs. Then, record at least three details that provide support for the topic sentence.)
Topic Sentence: By not finding a sufficient way to use renewable resources the earth is showing signs of global warming.
Detail A: The earth has shown a decrease of snow coverage in the northern hemisphere Detail B: The amount of carbon monoxide in the ocean has increased greatly with the population growing Detail C: Glaciers are losing ice mass every year. Theses are just some examples of how global warming is affecting the earth.

Conclusion: (Record a concluding sentence below. This should be your thesis restated in different words.)
Concluding Sentence: Humans are putting a tremendous amount of stress on the earth by not utilizing the use of renewable resources which is going to cause global warming. References
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