Which of the following is the most important question to ask when analyzing your audience? a. what topic would they want me to write about? b. how many
people are going to read my research paper? c. what do they already know about my topic? d. how would someone else write my research paper?
After figuring out this question, you then can build your research based on the things that you want to teach to your audince
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C. What do they already know about my topic?
what topic would they want me to write about?
Explanation: It is important to make sure that your topic and the way you present it is appropriate to your audience. You would not want to write a research paper on the sleeping habits of pigs and gear it to an audience of five year old children. This type of paper would be more happily received by an audience of scholars and college students that are studying veterianary science. Five year olds would prefer a paper on Dora and Diego. Therefore, it is very important to think about what the audience wants to read about.
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What do they already know about my topic?
This is the most important question to ask when analyzing your audience. If you ask what your audience already knows about your topic, you are more likely to be able to write in a way that resonates with your audience. If your audience already knows a lot about your topic, and your writing is too simple, they might get bored. However, if they know very little about it, they might find your writing too difficult. Therefore, asking this question is essential in order to be able to tailor your writing to the level of your readers.
If you consider this while analyzing your audience, you will be able to write about things that your audience doesn't already know. Therefore, you will be able to provide a new perspective. That is the most import part when considering a research paper.
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