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Something About Introductions, Thesis Statements, Titles and Conclusions....
Why have them? Well, they are needed in order to give your reader an idea of what they will be reading, to get their interest, to tell them your specific point about the subject, and to give them a "map," a blueprint of how you will approach the explanation of your thoughts, and to make sure that your point is clear..
How do you do all that? -- One step at a time. Let's start with giving your reader an idea of what they will be reading:
Your Introduction
1. Start with a broad statement about your topic, then continue to narrow it until you get closer to your point.For example: People think that terrorism is someone else's problem, that it happens to others who are far away, and that they are safe from it. Luckily for most of us that is the case; but for some, living with terror is part of their daily lives. For these unlucky folks, life at home, in the neighborhood, and even at school can be a nightmare.
This will help you connect with the reader, who needs to find some common ground in order to be interested in what you have to say. Mentioning current topics, popular or unpopular attitudes, or making a general statement about the topic are all good ways to start your essay.
2. Start with a contrasting thought, then lead the reader towards your point. For example: Before kids are born, parents usually think their children will bring only happiness to the household. Little do they know... There will be confusion, insecurity, exhaustion, and oh, yes, trouble with all of the relatives fighting over the baby.
3. Start by telling your reader why the topic is important, then make your point. For example: Sexually transmitted diseases such as Herpes, Gonorrhea, C.M.V, Aids, and others have always created a host of serious problems. The ramifications are deep. These diseases…...

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