Writing for an AudienceDiscussion 1: Writing for an Audience 1 1 unread reply. 1 1 reply. Learning Objectives Covered CO2: Consider your audience and tailor your writing accordinglyCO2: Make appeals to logos, ethos, and pathosDISCUSSION TOPICSWe want to be passionate about our arguments, but there’s a fine line we may cross, losing our ability to argue reasonably. Indignation and sarcasm, for example, can be very persuasive when making a strong argument, but at the same time they can undercut that argument by alienating the audience.1. In your main post, explain the importance of identifying one’s audience when writing. Suggest a hypothetical situation where the same argument can be presented differently to a sympathetic audience than to a resistant one, or vice versa. How does tone shift?2.. In your responses to two or more classmates, describe the effect tone has on your receptiveness to their hypothetical arguments.You must post before seeing repliesMAIN POST (70%): After reading the course book and conducting necessary independent research, write your summary accordingly to discussion requirements for the course. Apply APA for resource reference and in-text citations as instructed in course information standards.COMMENTS (30%): Please be specific in expressing your opinion and when posting additional inquiries extending the discussion. Minimum of 50 words per comment. Comments must support, engage and extend discussed topics.Discussion Requirements100-Level courses – 150 words main post plus two comments/replies 50 words each and one APA referenceThe post English-Writing for an Audience appeared first on Academic Essay Guru.