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1 – Worksheet on Introductions

This worksheet is to help you better understand the handout I gave you in class on Introductions. You may do this worksheet or not – it is your choice.  You will get 5 points if you choose to do it.

1. An essay introduction looks like what?
• What are the three kinds of hooks discussed in the handout?
• On page 4, there are two activities around Hooks. Write the answers here:

Statistics: Possible Topics:

Quotation: Possible Topics:

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• The next section talks about researching specifically for quotations. What is the handout trying to tell you?

On page 5:

Can you see any problems (flaws, weaknesses) in this process?  By yourself or with  a partner to identify 2 to 3 weaknesses.   Write the weaknesses here:

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On page 6, it offers a revised process. What are the key changes?

• On page 6, it then talks about Anecdotes as the third kind of hook. What is an anecdote? How long should it be?
• On page 7 in the handout, “Write a short anecdote to open a paper on Cyberbullying.”

Write that anecdote here:

• On page 8, the handout moves on to the body of the introduction. What does it want you to know about getting from your hook to the body? State as simply as possible.
• On page 8, the handout talks about The Body of the Introduction. What is the purpose of this body (middle part).?
• The handout here describes transitioning out of a statistics hook into the body. What does this mean? Why is it important?
1. Page 8 asks you to transition out of a statistic. Try it here. Include the statistic!
1. Page 9 provides examples and asks you to look at the circled words. What is the word that keeps being repeated?
1. Now, the handout asks you to transition out of a quotation. Do that here:

“I attribute my success to this: I never gave or took any excuse”(Florence Nightingale). _______

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1. Page 10 provides examples and then provides lots of phrases, verbs, and adjectives. Page 11 offers more examples.  On page 13, it asks for more practice on transitioning…Write those here:

Practice 1

In their widely-used college book, Terabian and Colomb state, “In our aptly named “age of information” (or, too often, misinformation), more jobs than ever require you not only to find information, but to evaluate it, sort the good from the bad, and then report it clearly and accurately” (1)._______________________________________________________________

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Practice 2

A new report by the Department of Labor revealed that more than 40% of those employed in the United States are now working in low-wage service jobs. ). __________

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Practice 3

“Just 0.00545 percent of the 550,000 boys playing high school basketball each year in the United States become a first-round draft pick — 1 in 18,333” stated Jeff Rabjohns, a writer for The Indianapolis Star, in an article titled “Prep players face long odds of making it to NBA.” __________________________________________________________________________________

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1.  Page 14 continues talking about the body and actually talks about the body. It provides two examples. What specifically  makes Example 2 better than Example 1?
1. Pages 16-22 have a specific point to teach/illustrate. What are those pages trying to you show you?

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