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Hooks for Writing an Industrial Revolution Essay

What would you say to a person to persuade him or her to do anything you want? A well-structured utterance will be more efficient from a psychological point of view. Such written utterances may be called hooks. The role of a hook sentence is closely connected with the essence of the word’s original meaning. Its notion is a metal, curved tool for catching fish. That is it! The main function of a grabbing sentence is to catch somebody’s attention. Do not hesitate to use Spider Essay Writing Service if you need to write your academic writing.
Writing an industrial revolution essay, it may seem a little bit challenging to compose a coherent and relevant statement that will attract people at the first sight. However, we can provide you with several pieces of advice on how to create a trap sentence even for a difficult topic such as the industrial revolution. 

What Should You Do to Get an Eye-Catching Sentence? 
We single out several useful methods and tricks to make your lines more interesting and exciting. All you have to do is to choose the one you like the most and stick to a certain strategy. 
#1 The technique of an inverted pyramid. 
In fact, all introduction writing strategies have a pyramid structure. The model looks as follows:
● Your hook sentence
● Transitional sentence
● Your thesis statement
State an interesting thought related to the industrialization topic. Then, connect an “attention grabber” and thesis with a statement having the role of a juncture. 
E.g.:
“The most tremendous and valuable shift in the development of modern human history is industrialization.” – hook
“However, every breakthrough has an impact on social life too” – transition
“The industrialization is not an exception from this rule, as its influence was imminent for several negative changes of social foundations of old times.” - thesis
Remember this scheme as we are going to stick to it no matter what a hook type we have. 
#2 Use relevant facts or startling statistics.
E.g.:
“The step to free education was made due to the industrial revolution.”
Watch your arguments to be structured carefully and valid enough. 
#3 Personal experience or anecdote.
Before you write down your personal experience, don’t forget to ask a teacher or a professor whether you may put personal pronouns like ‘I,’ ‘you,’ and ‘they’ or not. It is forbidden to use such words in most academic papers.
E.g.: “My grandma told me that her grandfather worked in a factory when he was only five years old. Moreover, it was an ordinary thing for the industrial revolution’s times.” 
What Should You Avoid When Writing a Catchy Sentence? 
Here we stated several aspects to be avoided in your hook sentence at all. 
1. Dictionary definitions. They are too boring and smooth. There is no flight of fancy! Who would ever think it isexciting
2. Common quotes. It is okay to use some citations. However, you need to avoid too common ones, as they show your only actions to compose the first sentence were to copy and paste. 
3. Don’t use long sentences, as the reader may fall asleep before he or she actually begins to learn your study.   
Now you know the tricks. Good luck with your eye-catching sentence!

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