Understand that the writer's goal is to change the perspective of the reader.
Expand on skills learned through writing five-paragraph essays.
Use DACC (Data/Analysis/Conclusion/Connection) to craft an argument for a specific audience.
Use critical reading skills to evaluate a text for purpose, arguments, evidence, and credibility.
Define the three rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) and identify them in written texts.
Recognize common logical fallacies in reading and work to avoid them in writing.