- Is the the purpose of the essay to educate, announce, entertain, or persuade?
-The purpose of the essay is to educate.
- Who might be interested in the topic of the essay?
-Students,Professor might be interested.
- Who would be impacted by the essay or the information within it?
-students, professor and reader might be interested.
- What does the reader know about this topic?
-The topic is well circulated in media.
- What does the reader need to know in order to understand the essayâ€™s points?
-The reader might have to understand some sort of knowledge about arts.The essay is not about BLM movement.
- What kind of hook is necessary to engage the readers and their interest?
-Presenting unusual sentences or hiding some piece of information will increase curiosity to readers.
- What level of language is required? Words that are too subject-specific may make the writing difficult to grasp for readers unfamiliar with the topic.
-An appropriate language with clear meaning is easier to understand.
- What is an appropriate tone for the topic? A humorous tone that is suitable for an autobiographical, narrative essay may not work for a more serious, persuasive essay.
– Expository in some part of the essay .
- Write a draft of your opening paragraph based on Chpter 3.2 Opening Paragraphs from English Composition: Connect, Collaborate,
Silence Speaks Volumes. It sends a powerful message that we don’t agree or are not going to agree along with someone’s saying or action. The photograph of a young African American women standing still and silent in the face of two state troopers in riot gear in a Black live matters movement, shows her strong disagreement yet brave, courageous and lionhearted. Brave are those who prioritize their dreams over their fears. Being fearless is a myth. This one speaks more to the movement and what the demonstrators are trying to accomplish. Black live matters movement is much more than protestor and officer.