PART 1: THE LETTERPersuading others through writing is an important skill, and one that we use all the time, whether consciously or not. Writing a professional persuasive letter is one task where this skill is particularly useful. As students, you do a version of this more often than you might realize, like when you write a cover letter for a job application or an email to a professor. These are both instances where you are asking your audience to do or believe something, so it helps to know how to persuade.For your second project, you are going to write a persuasive letter. This assignment builds off of the work you did in Homework #3 where you discussed your community. The topic of your letter and to whom it is addressed is totally up to you, but this letter should be written on behalf of the community you identified in your homework, and your letter must make an argument and try to persuade your reader of something. What I’d like you to do is pick an argument you’re passionate about and then decide who the most appropriate person is to send your letter to.PART 2: THE REFLECTIONOnce you have written your letter, I’d like you to reflect on it a bit, thinking especially about why you chose this topic and what strategic choices you made as the writer to target your specific audience. Here are some questions to answer in your reflection:Why did you choose to write about this topic? Why does it matter to you/your community?Who did you address this letter to, and why? Why did you think that this was the most appropriateaudience for your letter?What moves or choices did you make in your writing to target this reader in particular?Why do you think that the writing choices you made will work to persuade your audience?REQUIREMENTSYour letter should be formatted as outlined in the documents provided on Canvas. Your rough draft (letter only) should be no longer than one full page.The final draft of your letter should be no longer than one full page. Your reflection should be at least two full pages.PROJECT TWO: PERSUASIVE LETTER
PART 1: THE LETTER
Persuading others through writing is an important skill, and one that we use all the time, whether consciously
or not. Writing a professional persuasive letter is one task where this skill is particularly useful. As students,
you do a version of this more often than you might realize, like when you write a cover letter for a job
application or an email to a professor. These are both instances where you are asking your audience to do or
believe something, so it helps to know how to persuade.
For your second project, you are going to write a persuasive letter. This assignment builds off of the work you
did in Homework #3 where you discussed your community. The topic of your letter and to whom it is
addressed is totally up to you, but this letter should be written on behalf of the community you identified in
your homework, and your letter must make an argument and try to persuade your reader of
something. What I’d like you to do is pick an argument you’re passionate about and then decide who the most
appropriate person is to send your letter to.
PART 2: THE REFLECTION
Once you have written your letter, I’d like you to reflect on it a bit, thinking especially about why you chose this
topic and what strategic choices you made as the writer to target your specific audience. Here are some
questions to answer in your reflection:
• Why did you choose to write about this topic? Why does it matter to you/your community?
• Who did you address this letter to, and why? Why did you think that this was the most appropriate
audience for your letter?
• What moves or choices did you make in your writing to target this reader in particular?
• Why do you think that the writing choices you made will work to persuade your audience?
REQUIREMENTS
Your letter should be formatted as outlined in the documents provided on Canvas.
Your rough draft (letter only) should be no longer than one full page.
The final draft of your letter should be no longer than one full page.
Your reflection should be at least two full pages.
DUE DATES
Rough draft (25 points): due by 11:59 pm on Sunday, October 18th
Peer review (25 points): due by 11:59pm on Wednesday, October 21st
Final draft (100 points): due by 11:59 pm on Monday, October 25th
EXTRA CREDIT:
1. If you provide me with proof that you met with the Writing Center during your drafting process, I’ll add 5
extra credit points to your final draft grade.
2. If you provide me with proof that you actually sent this letter, I’ll add 5 extra credit points to your final draft
grade.
Help with the Process: Conferences. E-mailing a quick question is fine, but if you’re struggling, lost, or need
reassurance let’s work together to find a time that we can sit down and talk. Always come prepared with
specific questions or areas of concern as well as any other materials you are currently working with. I am not of
much use if I don’t know what you have so far. Purdue OWL is also an excellent reference for MLA formatting
and academic writing tips as well.

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