posted by Daniel on .
Which of the following is NOT a question you need to answer to choose a persuasive strategy?
A What do you want readers to do?
B What points will the audience agree with?
C How strong a case can you make?
D What kind of persuasion does your organization value?
I am completely clueless as to what the answer to this question is. I tried looking through my textbook for the answer but am stuck. Please help me?
This is strange, for sure. I think I'd choose D, though, since the organization's preferences may or may not be relevant -- only whatever your readers will respond well to.
If trying to persuade people, I would not need to answer what they agree to, since I am trying to change their opinions/behavior.
However, I can also understand Writeacher's point.