1. Use as much of the advice offered in Chapter 10 and from class as appropriate for the challenge at hand. Particularly, ensure that you use the AIDA (p. 334) approach to successful persuasive messages taught in your chapter.
2. Integrate lessons you’ve learned earlier in the course, as appropriate
3. Demonstrate English rules correctness; extra deductions for errors we’ve gone over.
4. Express a tone proper to the situation.
5. You are writing your words in a word processor document. Make the document look as much as possible like the format of what you’re writing (., email memo, letter, etc.).
6. In short, create a written performance with a great likelihood of persuading your audience.