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Writing an Introduction
The introduction is the only text in a research paper to be written without using
paragraphs in order to separate major points. Approaches vary widely; however for the
following approach can produce an effective introduction.
 Describe the importance (significance) of the study – why was this worth doing
in the first place? Provide a broad context.
 Defend the model – why did you use this particular organism or system? What
are its advantages? The researcher might comment on its suitability from a theoretical
point of view as well as indicate practical reasons for using it.
 Provide a rationale. State the specific hypothesis(es) or objective(s), and describe
the reasoning to select them.
 Very briefly describe the research design and how it accomplished the stated