The introduction and the conclusion, basically, is important for two reasons.
1. A substantial part of papers written by students are checked for the introduction and the conclusion. In the best case, the main part visible to the correctness of contents or briefly scroll. Some works are studied completely.
2. If you find a person who in good faith check (read) your work, my first impression of her he had to be drafted in the introduction. During the main part of the attention can be a little dull, so the decisive touch will be the conclusion, which you can use to "correct" the weak main part, but also "ruin" her excellent study. In addition, the conclusion will show how you can work with the material, to set goals and solve them, to draw correct conclusions.
This part introduces the reader or listener with the aim of submitted work: why all the work was carried out, which served as an impetus for the development of this research topic. Then reveal the tasks that were set during the development of themes and objectives.It should also indicate how important your research is, in what framework it was conducted and why, on what information base you relied in developing the theme.In the writing and presentation, the author briefly introduces the reader in the know about what wants to write, puts a major question to be resolved.
This structural part must be the outcome of your work. Read carefully what you wrote in the main part. Draw conclusions for each Chapter or thoughts in General (if this work). Evaluate the results: what have you come to in the course of research, whether delivered in early tasks and issues. If you write a lot of work (term papers, diploma, master's, doctoral), the result of your research, there must be a new discovery or new insights from existing developments.