Thomas Paine Essay

1063 WordsMar 5, 20125 Pages
Chapter 2 Review Questions Business Communications 201 Klodina Sadiku 6. How can a writer make a message audience oriented and develop audience benefits? Provide an original example. A writer can make a message audience oriented by viewing the perspective differently, and from the audience’s point of view, rather than from your own. An example of this would be foreseeing a certain problem from the audience’s point of view. 7. List three phases of the writing process and summarize what happens in each phase. Which phase requires the most time? The three phases of the writing process are prewriting, writing, and revising. Prewriting: This is the first stage of the process, and this is where all the preparation begins. As the book states, “the first phase of the writing process involves analyzing and anticipating the audience and then adapting to that audience (Guffey, 33).” This basically means that you are gathering all your information and that you need to make sure that you are adapting to your audience in a style that works for the both of you. In adapting, you have to consider you audience and their thoughts. Writing: This is the second step in the process. This is when you do your research, organize and compose your thoughts. Revising: You must proofread. This is the most important process in a sense, because you are going to make mistakes in your writing and in order for it to be professional, you have to make sure that there are no errors in your writing. Not only should grammatical errors be considered, but you have to make sure that your message has a flow to it, and that it’s not all out of order and that it doesn’t make sense. I thought that the phase that takes most time would be between the prewriting and the actual writing. The prewriting phase takes a lot of time because you are spending all that time gathering your information together,

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