Sixth: "You're almost home ...."
Now you have to write your rough draft. If you have created a good outline it should be easy to convert it into a paper.
Your teacher may want to see how you are progressing by checking the rough draft. If it is not checked by your teacher you may want another student, a parent, or the librarian edit your rough draft. Remember, just because you wrote it, does not mean that whomever reads it (teacher, librarian, or peer editor) will understand what you have written or understand the point that you were trying to make or defend.
Listen to their suggestions. Rework your rough draft. It is a "rough draft," and that means it is not the final project! No one writes a great paper the first time. It takes time, research, effort, and hard work to write a great paper.
Keep at it! You can do it!
Do not forget to put in your parenthetical citations and include a Works Cited page.
Finally! Seventh: Writing the good copy!