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The Essay. The University Learning Center Florida International University. Developed by Sam McCool. Introduction. Purpose Process Product. Purpose. Entertain Inform Persuade. Purpose. Entertain catch reader’s attention sustain interest Inform (reader of new--) facts attitudes

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the essay

The Essay

The University Learning Center

Florida International University

Developed by Sam McCool

introduction
Introduction
  • Purpose
  • Process
  • Product
purpose
Purpose
  • Entertain
  • Inform
  • Persuade
purpose1
Purpose
  • Entertain
    • catch reader’s attention
    • sustain interest
  • Inform (reader of new--)
    • facts
    • attitudes
    • behavior
purpose cont
Purpose (cont.)
  • Persuade (reader to change--)
    • beliefs
    • values
    • policies
process
Process
  • Inquiry/Discovery
    • theory
    • research
    • practice
      • application
      • experimentation
    • reflection
process cont
Process (cont.)
  • Making New Meanings
    • hypothesis
    • antithesis
    • synthesis
product
Product
  • Structure
  • Modes
  • Discourse
product cont
Product (cont.)
  • Structure
    • writer
    • reader
    • form
    • content
product cont1
Product (cont.)
  • Modes
    • experiential
      • personal testimony
      • interpersonal experience
    • analytical
      • scientific data
      • statistics
    • evaluative
      • logic (deductive/inductive)
product cont2
Product (cont.)
  • Discourse
    • private
    • public
      • artificial
      • political
      • social
    • professional
      • academic
      • corporate
summary
Summary
  • Determine purpose
  • Allow process to follow discovery
  • Make new claims, or “meaning,” by testing hypotheses
  • Match product, purpose and process