Showing Students that Outlining is Not a Foreign Activity

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This article discusses a unique and practical way for law professors to explain to law students how to outline their courses. By explaining the parallels between everyday activities, such as organizing a closet, and outlining, law professors can help law students develop more effective outlines.

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Grande Montana, Patricia, Showing Students that Outlining is Not a Foreign Activity. The Law Teacher, Fall 2007, St. John's Legal Studies Research Paper No. 08-92, Available at SSRN:

Patricia Grande Montana (Contact Author)

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