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Audience Analysis

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Audience Analysis RHET 1000 Dr Young

Tasneem Notetaker
Loyola Marymount University
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Date Created: 09/28/16
Tasneem Zarroug  Mr.Young  Rhetorical Arts  September 1  2016 Writing Exercise #1: Audience Analysis The audience consists of students male and female  of different ages coming from  different backgrounds. Amongst them the youngest are 17 and the oldest is 20 years of age in  their first, second and third year of university. The students are in a classroom, with the intention of learning new skills.  They are seeking to improve themselves in an academic setting which is  represented by the  fact that they are in a university.The population have different skill levels but are all in the same room to learn the same skills. Since there is no prerequisite course for this  class all the students have different levels of competence. Consequently different standards  may be set by different people but they all seek to improve in some shape or form.   They are all in a class where their improvement will be judged by one person who will dictate  their level of success using a letter grade system. I assume that the majority of the students  want use this grading system to their advantage as they are in this classroom due to a  mandatory requirement set by the institution that they pay to attend.


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