Hook - tend to read articles or even books carefully and...

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Hook (also known as “lede”) A hook, which can be interchanged with the word “lede”, is an introduction to a writing piece. It consists of a sentence or sentences, which is primarily used to draw the reader’s attention. It sets the tone of an article and can also give the reader an idea of the author’s standpoint and a feeling of what they will be reading about. Leads also can provide the reader with an idea of whom the article is about, when the specific event will take place, where it will occur and why. Hooks are relevant to the course because in our class for example we had many readings. For me, some of the articles I read, I knew would be very interesting by simply reading the title and the lede. Many people like me
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Unformatted text preview: tend to read articles or even books carefully and thoroughly that interest them. In the past, many people read newspapers and articles frequently. They did not have the radio or a television to stay updated on current events all the time. When it comes to planning, policy and public health many people are not eager to pick up an article regarding those topics. They rather read about sports or their favorite celebrity. Hooks are very important when it comes to writing because once a reader’s attention is grabbed it can make them want to read more on topics that might not interest them much. Also, by simply grabbing a reader’s attention they will read more on topics that can educate them and make them aware of current issues....
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