After the hook, a writer usually writes 2 to 3 sentences that help connect the reader to the topic
They can be background information or examples about the topic.
Everybody knows how the story of Cinderella ends, but did you ever really think about how she spent her days before she met the prince? Her daily routine was not glamorous. She did everything from sweeping the floor to cooking the meals. If someone had asked Cinderella, “Are there any household chores that you particularly hate?” she probably would have answered, “Why, none of course. Housework is my duty!” In the real world, however, most people have definite dislikes for certain household chores. The top three of these tasks include ironing clothes, washing dishes, and cleaning the bathroom.
Usually the last part of the introduction.
It can be one or two sentences long.
In the thesis statement, the writer tells the reader what to expect in the essay.