Formal Sentence OutlineFollow the directions below for the completion of the Formal Sentence Outline assignment for Unit V. If you have questions,please email your professor for assistance. As always, you may also seek out the guidance of the Success Center; thetutors are always there to assist you with your writing and comprehension. You may submit writing assignments to theSuccess Center by using a Writing Center Request form located on the myCSU Student Portal. To submit a WritingCenter Request form, log into the myCSU Student Portal, click on Success Center, and then click on Tutoring. Purpose:The purpose of the Formal Sentence Outline is to help you organize, design, and outline your final Research Paper for thiscourse. Now that you have researched your topic and composed a review of literature that demonstrates yourunderstanding of the conversation surrounding your topic, you are ready to begin fleshing out your paper one section at atime. In the last three units of the course, you will write the remaining sections of your paper (introduction, body,conclusion, and abstract), and this outline will guide you through that process.Description:In this 300-500-word, Formal Sentence Outline, you will organize and outline the project that you intend to write about foryour final Research Paper. If your Formal Sentence Outline is less than the word count, it is likely you have not fullydeveloped your outline or adhered to the assignment appropriately, and this lack of development can severely impact yourgrade for this assignment. Your outline will include the elements listed below.Your Formal Sentence Outline should also include a list of references in APA style and should adhere to APA conventionthroughout for in-text citation and style.Elements:Your grade is largely based on your inclusion of the following elements, as well as your development of the project. For amodel, you might want to refer back to pp. 465-467 of Strategies for Writing Successful Research Papers. Your outlinemust contain the following elements.1. Cover page and APA formatting:You should include an APA-style cover page for your Formal Sentence Outline. See the example on page 16 ofThe CSU APA Guide (6th edition). Your cover page should include the following: the title, your name, and thename of your university (Columbia Southern University). The running head should include up to 50 characters fromthe title of the paper, along with a sequential page number in the upper right-hand corner.The entire outline should be double-spaced throughout, without additional spaces between sections.2. Thesis:The thesis statement should be provided at the beginning of the outline, and it should be labeled Thesis, followedby a colon. The thesis statement should be an argumentative statement that embodies the argument of your paper.Please see the directions for double-checking the argumentativeness of your thesis statement in the lecture forUnit V.When writing your outline, make certain that every topic and subtopic is written as a completesentence. Additionally, it is required to include in-text citations within your outline. For instance, one of yoursubtopics may be a direct quote; therefore, you would place an in-text citation at the closing of the sentence justas you would do if it were written in essay form. For example:I. Hybrid vehicles are far inferior to our country s available technology.A. Electric cars are more energy efficient and do not have tailpipe pollutants.1. Nissan CEO, Carlos Ghosn (2008), states, I want a pure electric car. I don t want a rangeextender that still uses oil. That is unsustainable (para. 2).EH 1020, English Composition II 10Furthermore, any in-text citation will also have a correlating reference entry listed on the reference page. For thepurpose of this outline, you will only reference the sources, which have in-text citations to match (in theoutline). In later drafts, you will include every source that you used in your essay on your referencepage. However, the outline only requires that you reference sources that were used solely in the outline.3. Headings and subheadings:You must include at least four headings in your outline, indicated by Roman numerals (I, II, III, IV). Each of theseheadings must have at least two subheadings, indicated by capital letters (A, B, C). The best outlines will breakdown these subheadings into topics, indicated with numerals (1, 2, 3). A framework for an outline might look likethe following.Thesis: Hydrogen cars might be the future s best hope for an environment-friendly family vehicle, but theunstable nature of the hydrogen that powers them is not worth the risk of personal injury.I. There have been a number of alternative cars designed in the last decade, but none that are asefficient as the hydrogen models. (Heading)A. Efficiency for alternative car models means production costs do not exceed the financial strainof consumers. (Subheading)1. Hybrid cars are not as efficient as electric cars. (Topic)2. Electric cars place undue energy demands on society. (Topic)B. Subheading 1.21. Topic2. TopicII. Heading IIA. Subheading 2.11. Topic2. TopicB. Subheading 2.21. Topic2. TopicC. Subheading 2.31. Topic2. TopicIII. Heading IIIA. Subheading 3.11. Topic2. Topic3. TopicB. Subheading 3.21. Topic2. TopicIV. Heading IVA. Subheading 4.11. Topic2. TopicB. Subheading 4.21. Topic2. Topic3. Topic4. References:Include a references list as the last page of the paper. See the example on pages 6, 7, and 21 of The CSU APAGuide (6th edition). Be sure that all in-text citations have a corresponding reference citation.