Many different colleges and universities consider ACE CREDIT recommendations in determining the applicability to their course and degree programs.
Many students try to write the introduction to their paper first.
Regardless of the subject of study, the introduction must leave a strong impression on the reader.
This enables the writer to tag the reader along through the rest of the paper.
A well-written Introduction prepares a reader for the information that follows, engaging him or her in the research questions and providing enough information to understand and appreciate the methods, findings, and implications.
In contrast, a poor Introduction fails to provide appropriate background and contextual information or does not adequately explain the research questions, ultimately leaving the reader unengaged and unlikely to fully appreciate the results or implications of the research.
Each paragraph needs to have a topic sentence that identifies what part of your argument the paragraph will support.
In general, each paragraph should be at least three sentences.
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