The introduction should, as the conclusion to be carefully drafted ” to draft” once the detailed plan has been developed.
A good introduction should be neither too long nor skeletal. It occupies, as written, between half and three quarters of a page. It has three times, which are all clearly marked by a paragraph paragraphs:
• A presentation of the subject – definition
It includes, if necessary, a definition of the subject. Most importantly, it allows for a framing it: framing in time or in space, thematic or theoretical base lighting contribute to the problem that will follow.
It can be done from a fact, without falling into the anecdotal or an original idea ( really original!).
Be careful never to develop elements of the subject, we must reserve for the body of duty.
• A problem
This is the main idea of the essay and you can find the show throughout the development.
Avoid the proliferation of these interrogative sentences artificially maintain an ” unbearable suspense ” They generally annoy the correction – the laborious paraphrase the title in particular – where the awkwardness of style borders on naivety of the argument.
If you can not bring yourself to give up the interrogative form, try to ask a question ( preferably relevant, not forgetting that you will respond later) and have included the end of the paragraph. The presentation of the issue should take a few lines and achieve clarity over completeness.