Introduction for a Debate?

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If you're starting an introduction for a debate then you will need to know what the debate is about and who the people are that are involved. You would introduce the topic and give a little back story about it. You would then introduce each person who would be debating and what they are arguing.
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1. Research your part of the debate. Say for instance you are arguing for stricter gun control. You should already have your statistics on gun ownership, reasoning for stricter controls
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what is this debate is about.
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In introduction the opening sentence should be about the CONTEXT of the topic,followed by what you are going to say.And conclusion should always be FUTURISTIC.
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Good students ask more questions. eNotes educators are standing by. Contrary to popular belief, when writing an essay, you should not actually begin by writing the introduction.
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