Read2write: Black beauty
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Before You Read:
Bloom's Level: Analyze, Evaluate, Create
Now that we've had a chance to write a longer piece of writing, and we have a fairly solid understanding of Bloom's Taxonomy, let's put our skills to work to help others get a glimpse of Anna Sewell's masterpiece. We will look at the needs of the audience and how we can meet those needs in a creative way.
First, let's review what goes on at the Analyze level of Blooms. Then we will talk about what all audiences need.
Even though an audience can be as unique as a person, there are some common elements of what an audience needs to know that help the writer. And, thank goodness! Believe it or not, these elements were summarized over a 2300 years ago in ancient Greece. As you watch the videos below, use the graphic below to follow along with the new terms: Pathos, Ethos, and Logos.