Week 1-Individual Paragraph Writing
Purpose, audience, tone, and content all work with each other and should be used when writing academically to get the best writing possible. The purpose of the paragraph is why the writer is writing the paragraph in the first place. The writer is sharing their ideas, stories, experiences, information, and the purpose for writing. If there was no purpose of the paragraph, the writer would not need to write it. The audience is an individual or a group of people who the writer is trying to address the paragraph to. The writer should present their ideas to the audience clearly so the information can be easily understood. The writer is informing the audience about a topic in a professional manner. The audience tries to understand what the writer is trying to say. The tone impacts the writing because it shows the writer’s attitude toward the written topic. The writer’s tone can alert the audience to the attitude of writing such as for example, funny, sad, mad, anxious, or excited. The writer wants to try to bring the right mood to the audience and the topic written. The content has impacted the writing to keep the attention of the audience and with the material. The writer needs to keep the audience content with the material that was written. The different audiences impact the different content and the needs for the appropriate audience. The purpose, audience, tone, and content should all work together so that the writer can present a well-written paragraph to the audience.
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