19 Assignment: Evaluation Outline

Once you have chosen your topic, write a thesis and outline using the writing formula. Use the answers from the questions in the Evaluation Brainstorming assignment to guide you as you write your outline.

¬†This video explains a little bit more about how to write an evaluation and illustrates how it’s possible to create an outline based on your personal opinion alone. Please note that locals pronounce New Braunfels “New Brawn-fulls” and McAdoo’s “Mac-uh-doos.”

Here is a sample outline based on the video above (Feel free to use this as a template!):

Example Outline

  1. Introduction
    1. Hook
    2. McAdoo’s is a restaurant in New Braunfels, TX
    3. Thesis: McAdoo’s is a fantastic family restaurant because it offers young and old alike a great atmosphere, wonderful customer service, and a fantastic menu.
  2. Info about McAdoo’s (McAdoo’s is a new restaurant in one of the oldest German settlements in Texas.
    1. Location–New Braunfels, TX
    2. History–old post office, restored
    3. Type of food
  3. One of the best things about McAdoo’s is the atmosphere.¬†From the moment you step out of your car until you take your seat, McAdoo’s exudes charm.
    1. Walking up to the restaurant–cool exterior
    2. Lobby–original post office doors, etc
    3. Tables–great decor–memorabilia from NB history
  4. Once you’ve been seated, you’ll notice the superb service offered at this establishment.
    1. prompt, courteous service
    2. refills, bread
    3. taking care of complaints–all you can eat lobster out–so price reduced
  5. Of course, the food is scrumptious.
    1. bread
    2. seafood
    3. land lovers
  6. Conclusion…If you’re ever in NB, I highly suggest stopping in at McAdoo’s and absorbing some of the great old world charm with some delicious food.

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