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How to Write Good Introductions
Transcript of How to Write Good Introductions
"Deep in Antarctica, a father battles the frigid cold to protect his egg: welcome to the life of a penguin." Which sounds more interesting? "Penguins are better than every other type of bird."
"By the end of this essay, you will be thoroughly convinced that penguins are superior to any other type of bird species." Which sounds best? Instead of just knowing what your paper is about, these details will let the reader know the basis and idea behind your paper. Step 4 Finish off your paragraph with a strong finishing sentence. It should leave the reader wanting to continue, just like the hook. It can also be a transition into your next paragraph. This sentence will be the last sentence the reader will come across before going into your actual paper, so make sure it's interesting and catchy! http://www.sfrc.ufl.edu/plt/images/PLT_Pencils_179_k.jpg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NF8gN9AqtJQ&feature=relmfu Credits #2! Which sounds better?