What is an interesting or surprising fact about Pandora? Start with that. For example, “Did you know that Pandora was the first mortal woman?”
While they might not always ask for it, everybody appreciate some great humor, especially if it is being used as an introduction to a great article they need to read.
This accidental discovery got scientists thinking, doing more tests, and soon it came pretty clear that this is not just a monkey thing, it's a people thing, too.
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Many people find it useful to write their introduction after they have written their assignment. They find that it is through the process of writing their assignment that they clarify the overall point they wish to make in addressing the set topic. They then draft their introduction at the end, or they return to their initial attempt and re-write it. Refer to What does a good conclusion look like? for an example of this. Of course, some people prefer to start with an introduction that helps guide their writing. Either way, it is still good practice to ensure your introduction says what you want it to say!
Basically, a good introduction provides the reader with a brief overview of your topic and an explanation of your thesis. A good introduction is fresh, engaging, and interesting. Successful introductions don’t rely on clichés or irrelevant information to demonstrate their point. Be brief, be concise, be engaging. Good luck.