dbmeier_9247 - Rules for Introductions >Repeat the key noun...

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Rules for Introductions >Repeat the key noun found in the claim in every single introductory sentence >Define words, ideas or terms necessary to the argument of your paper >State the issue or the problem surrounding your argument >Give biographical or historical background necessary to your argument >If your claim is controversial, use the introduction to present the opposing argument. America is noted for its excellent high schools, universities and teachers. American preparatory schools send students to the best schools in America. For example, many students out of high school are accepted to Cal Tech and MIT, the best science schools in America. Others will be accepted to major universities, such as UCLA, Cornell and Harvard. Even students not accepted to the best schools still have an opportunity to study high school and college level material by attending a community college, such as Pasadena City College. American education finds its excellence both in the curriculum and in the openness of its
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course ENG 33 taught by Professor Meier during the Spring '09 term at Pasadena City College.

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