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    Introductions, Thesis, and Conclusions

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    Discuss the importance of the introduction and thesis statement to a study. What should you avoid when writing an introduction? What are the important components of the introduction?

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    Introduction, Thesis, and Conclusion
    Introductions and conclusions are often the most difficult parts of a paper to write, but an important thing to remember, you do not get a second chance to make a first impression. The opening paragraph provides the readers with an initial impression of one's argument and the quality of their work. The purpose of an introduction is to prepare the reader to engage in the essay by making a connection between a reader and the writer's world on a particular subject (Williams & Gregory, 2003).
    Introductions are important because they give your readers an idea of what they will be reading, gain their interest, ...

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    Introductions, thesis', and conclusions are a vital part of an essay. A professional writer may find it easy to begin writing, but as a student it often can be difficult. The essential components of an introduction is the context and the main message. There are additional components that are optional and some paper's may not need all the components. An essay should be adapted to match the needs of your readers.

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