Consider the “audience take-away.” What do you want your readers to know, feel, or believe when they finish reading your researc…

Research questions and rhetorical analysis
Write three of your research questions here (remember that, if the question can be answered by YES or NO, it is a closed-ended question that does not invite discussion and so should be revised):
Question 1.
Question 2.
Question 3.
Write paragraphs that respond to the questions below:
1. What is your purpose in writing this paper?
2. What do you already know about your topic? What are your feelings toward this topic?
3. What do your readers already know? What are your readers’ feelings toward the topic?
4. What do your readers need to know to understand your point?
5. What information do you need to research and add to your paper?
Begin by looking at the research question(s) which triggered this  statement.
Then explain your purpose (passing the course is not the purpose here). Are you trying to inform, entertain, persuade, or do something else?
Consider the “audience take-away.” What do you want your readers to know, feel, or believe when they finish reading your research paper?
A clear understanding of your purpose will help you decide what information to include in your paper and how to organize your paper.
Consider the “audience take-away.” What do you want your readers to know, feel, or believe when they finish reading your research paper?

YOU MAY ALSO READ ...  Research on an online intervention for Adolescent Mental Health

Assignment status: Already Solved By Our Experts

(USA, AUS, UK & CA Ph. D. Writers)

CLICK HERE TO GET A PROFESSIONAL WRITER TO WORK ON THIS PAPER AND OTHER SIMILAR PAPERS, GET A NON PLAGIARIZED PAPER FROM OUR EXPERTS

Order from Australian Expert Writers
Best Australian Academic Writers

QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL PAPER – NO PLAGIARISM – CUSTOM PAPER