During my writing after getting a main idea about what to write whether in the first, second or third paper, it was necessary to focus on my audience. My primary audience was my instructor who receive the paper directly. While my secondary audience were my colleagues who could receive my draft for peer review. Among the three papers I had a different purpose for each. In the first paper, I decided to describe the two visuals of Su-Lin bear and Ruth Harkness including some details which can capture the attention of my audiences. On the other hand, paper two
There are many aspects for my mind to conceive while reading the articles why I write by George Orwell and Joan Didion. There are many different factors in triggering an author’s imagination to come up with what they want to write, and why they want to write it. In most writings a purpose is not found before the writer writes, but often found after they decide to start writing.
Literature work always has some lesson for the people that could even leave a thought-provoking effect on their lives and compel them to understand the reality of the world. However, there are some people, who just read literature as a source of entertainment, but the real meaning, of the reading or encountering any literature work, is realized when a reader understands a message. Which writer intends to give to a reader. It is because the literature work has a connection, in addition, influence on the character building process.
The intended audience is the person, or group of people, to whom the author is writing. The intended audience is a key factor to the author’s essay, because it is to whom he wants his essay to be directed as a message towards. We placed a picture of those who were being discriminated against, because the message had not been received of the author writing the essay. Our most important slide was on the thesis. It was absolutely necessary to make this part of our presentation, because it controls the subject matter of the essay and states something significant to the reader. Slides nine had to do with objectivity. This is extremely important, because it proves if the author is credible for his work or not, based on him being biased or unbiased. Slides ten through fifteen were based upon the six elements in the implicit writing of a non-fiction essay. This was an essential part of our presentation, because these qualities are an outline of what readers look for, and what writers should strive to accomplish, in effective
Orhan Pamuk once said, “The writer's secret is not inspiration - for it is never clear where it comes from - it is his stubbornness, his patience.” The writer’s general purpose is to determine the expertise that he wants to apply in his writing. The writer’s purpose and organization of writing is to persuade, entertain, inform, and draws the reader’s attention to the information. In the same way, the readers’ goals are reading the content, of seeking information, and increasing knowledge through reading. In these three articles, the authors have specific purpose and discipline the specific futures, and the reader's goal is to collect the noteworthy information. The first article, “The Nature of
Purpose (What is the author’s aim? For example, is the piece descriptive or does it summarise the literature or introduce a new argument? Is the author trying to convince, persuade, or inform the reader? Use a verb.) (59)
There are many rhetorical situations to think about when developing a piece of writing. Purpose is how a writer expresses themself. It is important to identify the main purpose of what you are writing about because the purpose helps with identifying the genre, audience and the way to write. While developing a piece of writing there are going to be many different purposes. Find the primary purpose by asking yourself why you are writing and what you are writing. The audience is important when it comes to developing a piece of writing because it can affect the way you write. It also affects the type of genre you use. When texting your mom you probably aren’t going to use formal language or correct punctuation because you know that your mom knows
I want my audience to be emotionally drawn towards my writing. I want them to realize that certain things are not as important in life as they believe it to be or that certain things are more important and shouldn't be neglected.
Audience- The audience is person or group of people who the writing is directed towards.
Based on his argument using a piece of story from his past, the writer conceptually supported his explanatory point of views on how skills can be developed with a passion of understanding the writer’s intention. I believe that the writer of this article addressed fundamental thoughts that should be useful in the process of reading as a writer, and on how to become a better writer.
Before a writer begins to write, they immediately start to think about their audience because they play a huge role in the writing process. "Rhetors conceptions of audiences may lead them to create new roles for themselves to address those audiences." (Grant-Davie 356.) Grant-Davie elaborates more on this topic in his essay. He states that the writer and the audience are "dynamic and interdependent."(Grant-Davie 271.) The audience can be considered as a discourse community. According to the University of Cincinnati, a discourse community is a "social group that communicates in at least part via written texts and shares common goals.." For a writer to successfully engage that discourse community, they have to know particular information that
Developing a purpose is a fundamental step in rhetorical analysis. Every writer must start their piece by an idea of purpose. It’s crucial, as a writer, to identify what the intended objective is. I found it quite fascinating that in order to project a point, or persuade, a composer must have a strong, clear purpose. With that knowledge retained, an audience can adequately analyze readings as well. By discovering the purpose, it will lead a reader to effortlessly identify the immanent form of action that is being projected by the composer.
Before sitting down to write something, I always like to take a second to think about my audience. Who will be reading my content and why will they be reading it? Keep this in mind helps me tailor my message. For example, a landing page will have a different audience than a press release.
Any and every paper has a purpose. Whether we write: to entertain, to inform, to express, to communicate, or to persuade, there is a purpose. In most cases, our purpose determines the genre we choose which then determines our audience; it’s almost like a domino effect. When you’re trying to decide what your purpose is you should ask yourself two important questions. The first thing you should ask yourself is “Why am I writing this essay?” and, “What do I want my audience to feel after reading my essay?” Most students answer to the first question tends to be “I’m writing this essay because my professor told the class to and I need to pass the class.” Instead of thinking like that, a writer should try to dig deeper by considering the purpose of the assignment. The more a writer understands their assignment, the better he or she can focus on what they want to accomplish with their paper or get through to their audience.
5. Who is the intended audience? Is the writer addressing one group or more than one group of readers? Is the writer trying to bring an audience into being? What kind of relationship is the writer trying to establish with readers? What assumptions about readers does the writer seem to make?