Introductions and conclusions. Purposes of Introductions. Besides attracting a reader’s attention, an introduction may serve one or all of the following purposes: Provide background information Define unfamiliar terms Introduce the purpose of the paper
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Besides attracting a reader’s attention, an introduction may serve one or all of the following purposes:
You may write an introduction in a number of ways; for example, suppose you were writing a paper opposing smoking in public places. You might compose one of the following types of introductions:
Tell a story or anecdote: Share a personal story or a story you have read about a person who died because of exposure to secondhand smoke.