You can lead into the most planned part of your essay - the thesis statement. In this instance, you are trying to convince the reader of your essay about Othello's jealousy and, presumably, how it is his undoing.
You could add a general fact if it will reinforce your statement such as - Othello, and many more before him and still more after him , become so overcome and self-absorbed by their jealousy that communication fails and common sense has no place in a world of overwhelming coincidences and the schemes of others (in this case Iago).
How could a man, so noble in battle, so respected in society and so loved by his wife, be reduced by such an emotion as to render himself nothing more than "a malignant and turban'd Turk?
"(356) This way you have introduced your main topic (jealousy) which is very important in an introductory paragraph.
These are written by famous literary critics, so they're on a very high level, but they will give you some great ideas to get started with your essay and you can excerpt and cite some of the experts to make your own essay more in-depth.
Topics such as the role of race in Othello are covered.
That is, it substitutes imaginary sympathy for mere selfishness.
It gives us a high and permanent interest, beyond ourselves, in humanity as such.
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