This is going to be important in this step as well.
In the introduction, you will have to give your point a view some substance in the form of a descriptive argument.
After you have a thesis, you then need to decide where it is going to go in your introduction.
You can use it as a first sentence if it is interesting enough to grab and keep the interest of your audience.
Your introduction for your essay should loosely talk about what’s to come in the rest of the paper.
You don’t want to go into too much detail and give the whole story away.
You can’t just state what you think and then not back it up with researched facts and specific details.
In this part of the introduction, you can share a few truths, ideas, or thoughts that you may not be able to fit anywhere else within the paper. If you did, you probably already have a pretty clear picture of the way your essay is structured.
To do this, you can browse the internet, ask your instructor for a sample, or check other reliable resources to see examples of introductions. Take a look at a few to get a better idea of what a quality one should consist of.
Further detail in creating every part of your introduction including a hook, thesis, and a summary can be found below.