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PrewritingAnalysisWorksheet

PrewritingAnalysisWorksheet - Course Basics Prewriting...

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Course Basics Prewriting Analysis Worksheet Instructions: Before you start drafting your document, answer each question on this worksheet. If a question does not apply to your writing situation, write “Not Applicable” or “N/A” to indicate that you considered the question. Part I: Purpose 1. What are you writing? 2. Why are you writing? 3. What outcome does your reader want? 4. What actions do you want your reader to take after reading your document? Part II: Persuasive Objectives 1. What is your reader’s current attitude toward your topic? Why? 2. What do you want your reader’s attitude toward your topic to be? 3. What is your reader’s current attitude towards you? Why? 4. What do you want your reader’s attitude towards you to be? Adapted from: Paul V. Anderson, Technical Communication: A Reader Centered Approach , 5 th ed. (Boston: Wadsworth, 2003), p. 74. TWRT 62 12 June 2006 Cidambi/Kurtzman/Wolf Page 1 of 3
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Part III. Audience 1. Who is your primary reader?
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