Humanities 200 Week 5 3 4 Discussion Considering your Audience.docx

Humanities 200 Week 5 3 4 Discussion Considering your Audience.docx

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Week 5-3-4 Discussion Considering your Audience. In any case, whenever a topic needs to be explained in depth, one must always take into consideration their audience. Not everyone will clearly understand your explanation, and there maybe others who want to argue their points of views. For example, not everyone is good at math, I am one of those who is poor at math and have found that whatever I don’t understand in class, I will make an appointment to get extra tutoring to further assist me in understanding what might be understood at that moment. This shows that challenges are faced by different people at
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