English 122: Composition 1
Who do you think your audience will be in your critical analysis essay? Describe this audience, and explain how they would benefit from any insights produced from your analysis of your selected article.
I believe the audience of my critical analysis will be like the audience of David Sedaris, a student adult who speaks fluently English but struggles with learning other certain cultures. Audience who read my analysis will be influence to leave out their circle of comfort and explore other cultures, so that they can understand the diversity in the world.
Why is analysis so important for your selected reading? How will it help your audience understand the author's goal in a clearer, more captivating way?
Analysis is important because every human being interpret or understand things differently. The author David Sedaris, is very good with captivating or persuading the audience on learning other cultures. I believe with my analysis, I will enforce a little more on how impactful it is to not quit on something you are not familiar with. I would galvanize my audience to do something that is out of the box and pursue it until it’s accomplished.
After re-reading your article and notes from Module 1, what do you believe is your goal in analyzing your selected article? Will you provide additional context to help your audience understand the importance of the author's goal, or will you use your essay as an opportunity to persuade your audience that the author's goal is incorrect?
I believe my goal in analyzing my article is to agree alongside with the Author “David Sedaris”. I would like to help support it or enhance it by giving my audience reasons on why they should not quit at anything challenging in life. I would include some of his examples in the article that support my persuasive attitude on defeating all odds. I would also include when the author finally understood his teacher, which shows when you don’t give up, good things come with hard work, perseverance and determination.