Prompt: For this reflection assignment, you will make some choices about your approach to your critical analysis essay based on your understanding of revision and the feedback on your writing plan provided by your previous instructors. You’ll also discuss who your intended audience is and what you hope to accomplish with your essay.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed in at least two paragraphs (each paragraph should contain at least five sentences in order to adequately address each element):

I. Feedback and Revision Reflection: Use this reflection to gather your thoughts and determine your strategy for writing your critical analysis essay based on your previous instructor’s feedback on your writing plan.

A. Think about your experiences with revision in the past. What approaches to revision have worked well for you?

B. Review your Writing Plan and the feedback provided by your instructor. How does this feedback influence your ideas about your selected reading?

C. What changes will you make to your analysis now that you have received this outside feedback?

II. Audience: Use this part of your reflection to consider your audience and purpose.

A. Imagine that your essay will be read by an audience beyond your instructor. Identify an audience that might benefit from reading your essay and describe some of this audience’s characteristics.

B. What potential challenges could you have connecting with this audience with your writing?

C. Identify some choices you can make within your writing to connect with this audience.

Guidelines for Submission: Save your work in a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Then, check your writing for errors. Once you have proofread your document, submit it via the Summative Assessment Part One: Feedback and Revision Reflection link in Brightspace.

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