Writing for Audiences
Gessell, B. (2021) Storytelling. MyEducator, LLC.
Communicating Stories to Audiences
This week, you learned about audiences and the mindset they bring to our stories. Writing with the audience in mind is an approach that may be difficult for some people to adopt. As you read through the material, you may have considered the :
Why do audiences choose to experience some stories rather than others?
What makes an audience want to quit reading a book or stop watching a movie?
Everyone writes messages, stories or otherwise, to audiences. No matter your role or organization, you will need to communicate with others in these ways. Respond to the following questions below and in 175 words to support your analysis:
How do concerns about the audience affect what you write?
What audiences do you experience in your role or organization?
Who are of your audience, and what are their needs?
What can you do to the needs of your audience?
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