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This week you’ll start brainstorming your third project of the semester: the REMIX artifact. To help you prepare for making decisions about the project you will eventually submit, we’re asking you to think through some of the rhetorical options and decisions you’ll have to figure out to begin developing your project. The document below is designed to guide your thinking as you plan three different potential projects. Once completed, you will select the project that you believe is the most rhetorically effective.
QUESTIONS TO THINK ABOUT
In what ways are purpose, audience, and form important? Are any of these elements of composition more important than the others?
Why are purpose, audience, and form fundamental to composition?
How/where do purpose, audience, and form fit into the writing/creative process?
For this assignment, you will brainstorm three unique project ideas that you believe will satisfy the REMIX Artifact project requirements. After brainstorming three ideas, you will select one of your potential projects to develop into a final draft. Think carefully about each of the categories, and do your best to imagine a text that is rhetorically appropriate for your audience, genre, and purpose. Be specific as you work through each category; the more work you put into planning, the better prepared you are to complete your drafts.