You can also add a hook at the beginning of conclusion (learn how to write conclusion).Example: Do you want to make the audience read your full text? Get them hooked with the help of a fact they have never heard and keep them interested throughout the entire work.The effectiveness of the hook is defined by its ability to motivate people to read the entire text.
Try to choose only one powerful hook as the opening sentence of paper's introduction.Yet, if you write a conference paper, be more formal.Good hooks must fit in your writing frame, your tone and style.The following is an example of a quote hook: "A man's errors are his portals of discovery." In the next sentence or two, give a reason for this quote or current example.As for the last sentence (the thesis) : Students grow more confident and self-sufficient when parents allow them to make mistakes and experience failure.The problem is that once students start, they forget to keep the rest of the paper interesting.It's important to define the target audience, thesis, and supporting arguments not to fall off the point.Each cohort, each generation has its own language, and your primary task is to choose a particular way in which your work will develop. If you write for language professionals, take their specific language into account - it is an effective way to get an action plan and follow it.If it is a paper on a complicated topic for a popular magazine, you can go funny and humorous, and your readers will love this approach.Your next sentence can set up the argument that it's dangerous for teenagers to be on the streets at late hours.A fitting thesis statement might read: Parents are justified in implementing a strict curfew, regardless of a student's academic performance.