Your introduction should provide background information and important details the reader should know before you move onto other parts. The introduction has to catch the reader’s attention: make him/her want to read the paper. Remember that a good introduction includes a thesis statement.
Briefly state your proposal – the idea that you want the reader to accept.
Discuss your plan of action – explain how you plan to achieve the proposal. How will your reader know your proposal is valid? This is the section where you have to convince the reader to agree with your ideas.
In the Conclusion, summarize the key points and include a call-to-action. Do not include any new information in the Conclusion.
You will need to do research for this essay.
Works Cited page with 3-4 academic sources.