Blog Post #3

Part 1

Question 1: The purpose of the essay is to educate us.

Question 2:  People who might be interested in the topic of the essay are those seeking information on how to properly format an essay.

Question 3: The ones seeking for the information would be most impacted by the essay.

Question 4: The reader would get a light explanation in the introductory paragraph on what the essay would be about.

Question 5: The reader needs to understand the thesis statement in order to understand the essay points.

Question 6:   I believe a hook has to entail raising  a series of questions, and beginning by quoting someone knowledgeable on the topic. Make it as engaging as possible.

Question 7: I would use an average standard of academic language in order for the reader to understand and use it for its educational purposes.

Question 8: Depending on the topic of the essay, it would set the tone for the rest of your essay. Remain to keep it targeted towards the audience you want to attract.

Part 2

Question 1: “Until you’re ready to look foolish, you’ll never have the possibility of being great.” ~Cher. In life you must take risks, even if it means falling flat on your face. Risks are something we all come into contact with from time to time. There are risks involved in gaining confidence, climbing the career ladder and creating growth within ourselves. Often, they can be quite frightening, but are often worth the venture to reach the other side.