posted by Celest on .
I need help on writing an INTRODUCTION from a turkey's perspective why pilgrims shouldn't eat turkey for Thankgiving feast.
The introduction is the last part of an essay that you write. You can't introduce something you don't know.
What did you say in your essay?
My teacher only wanted us to start the Introduction only.Isnn't the introduction in the beginning...well my teacher gave us examples like use the words:
It is believed
Well, since this is from the turkey's point of view, I'd start it --
Help! I don't want to die!
What else do I put??? How many lines is an introduction supposed to be?
An introduction is the first paragraph -- usually about 5 sentences long.
Will this work:
Help!!! I don't wan't to die! Turkeys believe that it is you Pilgrims who eat us for Thanksgiving feast. (what else should I put???)
That's a good start. Use your imagination to continue.
Why don't you want to die?
Can I say this:
Help!I don't want to die! Turkeys believe that it is you Pilgrims who eat us for Thanksgiving feast. As commander turkey, I must make a change.
Is that good enough?