Leads into your thesis statement, most of the time. Begin your introduction by using: C] Interesting Information “Drunk driving is the second most common cause of death among youth between 16 and 25 years of age. This rate becomes even more concerning among youth who recently received their first driver’s license.
These important statistics have led the Director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving to promote a campaign on the awareness of issues regarding drunk driving and push the government towards tougher legislation that would ensure the safety -and lives- of today’s younger citizens… CLC Anecdotes Markus Shore, a campaign manager for Barack Obama, entered the campaign’s headquarters in Chicago wearing a “Change I Can Believe In” button.
Once he stepped outside onto Richard Daley Square downtown in the mid-western American city, he was greeted by a hoard of both supporters of Beam’s rival, John McCain, as well as activists who were opposed to Beam’s policies on higher education. Indeed, the policies… ” C] Questions “Is Barack Obama a supporter of affirmative action in American post- secondary institutions? What are John Moccasin’s policies on improving achievement among the underprivileged?
These questions reflect the inherent differences between the two men’s policies on education at both the lower and higher levels. We must understand these policy differences to understand why the American public… ” CLC Summary Information “York university, the one post-secondary institution in Ontario to offer an immersion program in French, has recently begun analyzing its policies on requiring students to demonstrate competencies in at least two languages other than English. Its president believes that… ” Which approach best grabs your attention? You may want to try various approaches to see which is best Keep focused.
You want to start off with interesting points, but they should be relevant to the topic of your paper. The Conclusion C] The conclusion is what makes your paper stick in the readers mind. The conclusion brings closure to the reader, summing up your points or providing a final perspective on your topic. All the conclusion needs is three or four strong sentences which do not need to follow any set formula. Review the main points or briefly describe your feelings about the topic. Even an anecdote can end your essay in a useful way. The conclusion should not introduce new ideas.
The conclusion can point to the broader relevance, importance or implications of your paper’s arguments. Begin your conclusion by using: C] Summaries Restate the main points of your paper in the order as they appear. Don’t simply copy and paste! Rephrase each of your ideas into one or two sentences, in order. C Logical Conclusion “As you can see, Beam’s and Moccasin’s policies on education highlight the primary political differences between the two campaigns.
The differences reveal the inherent different ideologies between liberalism and conservatism, while the similarities reveal the failures Of the current American education yester… C] Real or Rhetorical Question “Why, then, are people still supporting the legislation that allows 16 year-olds to drive knowing that alcohol abuse is the highest among this age group? ” L] Speculation or Opinion “From studying Beam’s and Moccasin’s policies on higher education, it is hard to offer conclusions on how to ‘fix’ the American education system. Perhaps a new federal study is on order, but perhaps, we simply need Americans to rethink their values on what education and learning means.