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Questions to Think About When Considering Audience
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First Steps A Shared Path Different Audiences Different Purposes
Usage and Mechanics Providing Feedback on Student Writing Learning from Professional Writers Writing in the 21st Century
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  • Who will read your writing?

  • In what context will they read or hear the piece you are writing? (school newspaper, online, oral presentation, etc.)

  • What kind of writing does this audience expect? (level, vocabulary, length, etc.)

  • What is the basic message you want to give them?

  • What opinions might the audience already have about this message?

  • How much detail do you think they will want to know about your subject?

  • Which pieces of information in your writing will be the most interesting to them?

  • How do you expect the audience to react to your writing?

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