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.