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Identify an introductory technique that could be used to grab the reader’s attention and showcase the main idea. Why did you select this technique? Where would it be useful? Where might it not
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Usually completed in a paragraph, a paper's introduction serves many purposes. [ An introduction of any essay should establish the topic being discussed, grab and hold the reader's attention and provide a summary of what will be covered throughout the essay. Depending on the topic, introductions may vary in length and content, but the essential elements remain the same. ]
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User: Identify an introductory technique that could be used to grab the reader’s attention and showcase the main idea. Why did you select this technique? Where would it be useful? Where might it not work?

Weegy: Usually completed in a paragraph, a paper's introduction serves many purposes. [ An introduction of any essay should establish the topic being discussed, grab and hold the reader's attention and provide a summary of what will be covered throughout the essay. Depending on the topic, introductions may vary in length and content, but the essential elements remain the same. ]
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