What are the essential differences between writer-based prose and reader-based prose? Provide your answers in a table that has been designed to be attractive to your audience.

**Below is an example of how the response should look:

Writer-Based Prose

Reader-Based Prose

Occurs in early stage of writing process

Transform information with reader in mind

Written for the writer, by the writer

Written for the reader, shared interest

Focus is on writer’s understanding

Caters to reader’s purpose and understanding. What is the reader looking for?

Does not state purpose for writing

Clearly developed purpose

Unclear on how thoughts and ideas are related

Thoughts and ideas are clearly related

Language and terms used are not clear to the audience

Language and words used are understood by all

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