Who's on First, What's on Second - Good Writers Know Who They Are Playing Against

Unit 14: Writers Structure Their Text With a Purpose in Mind
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Objective: SWBAT...write topics to a specific audience group using a text structure that best attracts the target audience and shares the topic information

Big Idea: When we write we need to think of who will be reading it. We're not writing for us - we're writing for our audience. How we write affects who we attract and how much they like it.

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