These tips will attract your reader’s attention, provide reader interest to read the whole essay, define the thesis statement and arrange the background of your theme.
It addresses any critical questions in the reader's mind of, "Why the hell didn't the author examine this? In your introduction, make note of this as part of the "roadmap" [see below] that you use to describe the organization of your paper.
The final paragraph or sentences of your introduction should forecast your main arguments and conclusions and provide a brief description of the rest of the paper [the "roadmap"] that let's the reader know where you are going and what to expect.
This part of your work is aimed to help the reader define if he or she wants to read the paper at all.
After writing your research paper, you will have a broad picture.