The introduction of an analysis is done describing the problem situation to be analyzed, the surrounding circumstances are presented as well as the different variables that are taken into account in the analysis.
Similarly, a little argument can be made to establish a justification that highlights the importance of our analysis on the topic of others. Let’s see below how to perform the introduction of an analysis.
Example of an introduction to an analysis
Title: Analysis of the incidence of youth unemployment in crime rates
Much has been discussed about the impact of drugs, leisure and the lack of values in the criminal levels committed by young people, but very little is taken into account that among the variables that affect a young person to commit crimes such as theft, enters the lack of suitable employment for them.
Most companies want young people to work, but they require levels of education and experience that are never according to the age intended by employers. This logically corners a sector of the young population, which has no other means of subsistence, to fall sadly into delinquency.
In the present analysis we will address the rates of juvenile criminality committed in the last six months in Mexico City and its direct relationship with the unemployment levels of the population of the same age.
This example shows us clearly what the introduction of an analysis takes. It is good that, because it is an analysis, we always take care of the objectivity of the expositions when presenting its introduction.
How to make an introduction for children
When we introduce a text adapted to a child, we must be very concise and at the same time very creative. Use a speech that encourages the child to continue reading and take care to bore it, because we will only manage to close the book and go play.
For this we must simply present in a cheerful way a brief look at what will be presented in the book. Let’s see the following example:
“Princesses sometimes escape from the palace to live unsuspected adventures, that’s what the beautiful princess decides to do in this beautiful story with castles, princes and wonderful geniuses that you will love.”
The more agreeable the wording is and the more precise, the attention of the children will be captured to motivate them to read the story or the text that is presented to them.
How to make an introduction in Word
In the word processor Word of the Office package you can do an introduction in a very simple, just open the program and create a blank document, place the configuration you need to the page, with margins, typography and the alignment of the text and all that remains is to write.
Remember that to do an introduction either in Word or in manuscript, the first thing you should do is organize the ideas that will appear in it. Distribute information on the subject, objectives, scope and even the background of the work in a very timely manner.
For this it is always convenient to have them in a draft before and build this once the body of the general work has already been developed.
How to make an introduction to a story
In a story, the introduction is not how we know it, it is not written on a separate page, nor does it present the essential arguments of the work, it has no objectives, nor the author’s contribution.
The introduction of a story is usually the beginning of it, it is the space in which the narrator makes a brief presentation of the main characters, the environment and perhaps something of the theme will cover the narrative text.
The important thing of the introduction in a story is that it lays the foundations of history and it is just those bases that can be destroyed in the outcome of it.