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Introductions and Conclusions

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  1. In the end, it was the beginning. In the beginning, it was the end. Introductions and Conclusions

  2. Introductions • Draw the reader into the essay. • Provide necessary context. • Establish the topic of the essay.

  3. Traditional Introductions • Attention Grabber (draws the read in) • Link (provides context) • Thesis (establishes the topic) • Other ways/ other methods?

  4. Purpose/ Audience • How would your introduction vary if… • You are writing a timed rhetorical analysis • You are writing a longer rhetorical analysis • You are writing a highly controversial argument • You are writing a long researched argument • You are writing for an amicable audience

  5. Thesis Statement Reminders • Explicit versus Implicit • Introduction versus Conclusion • Destabilizing Formula • Although…., nevertheless…because • Although capital punishment may deter crime, it is still cruel and unusual punishment, so it should be abolished.

  6. Conclusions • Touchback • A brief review of important ideas • So What? • Why should your audience care? • Your “conclusion” • Zinger • A sense of closure; a memorable ending

  7. Conclusion Techniques • Framing • Start the way you began! • Anaphora • If…then • Look to the future • Hallmark card