k1255
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Hey how am i meant to write a grade 9 english lit introduction like what am i meant to answer in the introduction.
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There is no such thing as a 'grade 9 introduction'. It's usually the main body of the essay that gets awarded the most marks. An introduction of a student at grade 7 can be just as focused, comprehensive and impactful as one written by a top-grade student.
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I assume this is for a long form question, 45 minute or whatever, e.g. "Romeo's character is X, how far do you agree"
These questions usually ask about setting/character/theme so you should aim to provide a brief (emphasis on brief) overview of the key points surrounding that character - maybe three sentences at most. Also, you should say to what extent you agree with the question statement (if asked).
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Your intro should introduce what your main argument is so if the question was ‘Romeos character is X how far do you agree’ your intro would be something like
‘Throughout ‘Romeo and Juliet’, Shakespeare presents Romeo to be X through the use of x y and z’
Your conclusion could then be like
‘To conclude the use of x y and z had been used to show Romeo as being X’
Basically, someone should be able to read your intro and conclusion and then be able to guess and what your main essay was about .
But like someone said, your points and explanation are probably worth more anyway. Our teacher tells us to write an intro but not to bother with a conclusion if we don’t have time
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