I already completed the paper (attached file). I just need to construct a detailed outline.
To construct a detailed outline:
Put every idea and point you plan to include in your paper into your outline. (All you’ll have to do then when you draft is make complete sentences and paragraphs from your outline.)
Use a hierarchical structure of main ideas, supporting ideas, and supporting details. (Use the outline numbering system of your word processor or Google/One Drive to start at the top level with a Roman number I, then A, then i, then (a), then 1…)
Except for your (working) thesis statement, don’t feel you need to use complete sentences unless you particularly like one from your free-write). You may often omit articles, pronouns, prepositions, and often the verb “to be” (see sample outline);
Do not omit other verbs, though; for example, “Economic development” is not an idea, but rather a topic. “Economic development stagnated in the mid-1990s” is an idea…
Once you have transferred all the ideas from Step 1, look over the outline and see if you have enough evidence to prove your thesis adequately. If not, or if some places need proof, either more of step 1 or do some research to fill in vacant parts of your outline. Remember, your outline should contain every point that you’re going to write in your paper (although, of course, new ideas or questions may arise in your mind as you write, that’s good! It means your piece will be even more sophisticated.).”
You must include a minimum of 7 scientific references in the proper citation. In other words, please use Mendeley and use the journal Frontiers in Marine Science as the template.
Screen shot of structure attached.