Everything above must still be covered; but you will have to be extremely brief and articulate.
Generally, you will not be able to get into any details on the methodologies and decisions.
Perhaps it might be a good idea to discuss this briefly with your supervisor or senior colleagues before you start writing.
chapters of a thesis first, then they dive into the main body text afterwards.
Alternatively, it can be a large chapter with subsections such as Background, Literature Review, Statement of the problem, etc.
Here are a couple of articles that explain how to write the introduction of a thesis: However, these is no strict format and every field has a different preference.
chapter would be~3 to 5 pages long (double spaced).
It would generally be longer in a large Ph D thesis.
What exactly does the Introduction and Background of the Study include?
How do we write the Introduction and Background of the study?