A strong introduction is a vital part of any paper; it should set the tone of the paper in an interesting, well-written way that makes the reader want to continue reading on to the end. The two main things an introduction should include are an Attention-Getter and a Thesis Statement. An Attention-Getter is a surprising fact or quick, interesting story that will grab the reader’s attention and lead up to the Thesis Statement. The Thesis Statement gives a general idea of what the paper is about without being too direct or giving too much detail.
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