Think of this part of the introduction as a bridge between the hook and your thesis statement. Your bridge may be characterized by: two to four sentences
background information necessary for your reader to understand the topic explanations of the importance of the topic
Effective Introduction Worksheet
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August 29 1963, is the date that MLK changed the world’s view on segregation of whites and blacks. Many think that MLK was a gift from God. King wanted people to judge each other based on character and the behaviors they showed you. When you think Dr. King, the first thing you think of is nonviolence. King wanted to be like Gandhi in many ways. Gandhi was an advocate of nonviolence and proved it many times over. MLK greatly admired Gandhi and preached nonviolence adamantly in his desegregation marches and speeches. Even when blacks were under attack by segregationist, King preached nonviolence. When his family was targeted he continued to preach a nonviolent way of living. In King’s mind he felt if they were to fight back against the whites, it would just light the fire again and make it worse, giving the whites a reason to lynch the blacks and cause further harm to them. King was an advocate of, believing in the power of love and brotherhood. He felt that nonviolence showed love for the white man, and that without it, tensions would escalate even further.
What stylistic elements does King use to influence his readers? After reading and analyzing "Letter from Birmingham Jail," write an essay in which you answer the question and analyze structure and language in his text, providing three or more examples to illustrate and clarify your analysis. What conclusion can you draw about the power of this text? 2. Look...
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