Topic: Buying American-made products
Pre-Write Strategy: Questioning
Part I: Pre-write
• Refer to the following strategies discussed in your textbook and choose either…
• Your prewriting MUST be substantive. Show that you have seriously considered all aspects of your topic. Make sure that you also label the technique (freewriting, clustering, listing, or questioning) you have used and don’t limit yourself…let your ideas flow!
• There are no right or wrong concepts or ideas in prewriting. You can use the samples given in your text, or use the sample in this week’s lesson to help guide your writing.
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Remember: In the coming weeks, you narrow your approach as you continue developing the ideas that you begin in this week.
Part II: Audience Analysis and Diction
• As you work on your pre-write, consider your approach to your essay, who is your audience? Note: Avoid a simple response such as “everyone.” You would want to choose a response that is well-thought out, such as, “My audience is kids who are ages 5–8 years and who have never known their father. They have been living primarily with…. They live in an area of town that…. Their home situation is… Their schooling situation is…”
• Write a paragraph to address all of the following questions (at minimum: 5-7 sentences) while applying the grammar concepts you learned this week:
o Profile your reader. Who are they? What demographics are you trying to reach (age, gender, class)?
o What terms/jargon do you plan to use? How do you plan on presenting them?
o How will you approach more technical/difficult concepts in your paper?
o Describe how you plan to integrate a formal academic tone into your essay (What might be some of the formal characteristics you would use?).