The introduction should thoroughly introduce the topic and give the reader a reason to continue reading the rest of the essay. What do you want your audience to know about this topic and why? Create pathos between you and the reader by working together for understanding and collaboration.Research Evidence: 500-700 words help connect you and the reader on the topic you are presenting. Show how your research helps prove your thesis. You should have TWO sources, one of them scholarly, plus Pinker, and you should use in-text citations throughout. ANALYSIS: have three sources. Use at least one quote from each reading. Look for causes and effects, give reasons, give some background and context so the reader understands. What will make the reader sit up and take notice?No conclusion for this draft.