Audience Analysis Paper

    audience analysis

  • Audience Analysis is a task all technical writers need to perform early in a project.
  • This indicates finding out details about the learners so that you can design a training program that they will find interesting ans useful.
  • Audience analysis is the process of gathering relevant information about the target audience for training.


  • A newspaper
  • Wallpaper
  • a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
  • Material manufactured in thin sheets from the pulp of wood or other fibrous substances, used for writing, drawing, or printing on, or as wrapping material
  • composition: an essay (especially one written as an assignment); “he got an A on his composition”
  • cover with paper; “paper the box”

audience analysis paper

audience analysis paper – Secrets of

Secrets of Successful Speakers: How You Can Motivate, Captivate, and Persuade
Secrets of Successful Speakers: How You Can Motivate, Captivate, and Persuade
How do highly paid professional speakers put magic and motivation into every talk? Lilly Walters, Executive Director of Walters International Speakers Bureau, reveals their secrets and strategies in this practical, conversational guide. Mark Twain reputedly said it took him three weeks to prepare an impromptu speech, but readers of “Secrets of Successful Speakers” should be able to do it in days – or minutes. This book spells out the rules in 11 easy-to-follow steps, each accompanied by interactive exercises. Readers will learn to: set objectives before writing; customize the talk for each audience; conquer stage fright; cultivate a reputation as an expert; develop themes for each presentation; organize material in a memorable manner; edit for best effect; project a professional “platform image” through personality, voice and clothes; motivate audiences to change their actions and attitudes; involve listeners by using humour, heart and audience participation exercises and deal with problems and pitfalls ranging from poor staging and faulty audiovisual equipment to hecklers and questions of ethics. This authoritative and accessible guide also contains anecdotes of well-known personalities and how they mastered the art of public speaking. It should be useful for trainers, lawyers, doctors, managers, and everyone who makes presentations or gives talks.

Screenplay analysis

Screenplay analysis
Screenplay is very important for a film as a screenplay is a written work that is made especially for a film or television program. Screenplay can also be known as script, it consists of different components. In a "shooting script", each scene is numbered, and technical direction may be given. The standard font for a screenplay is 12 point, 10 pitches Courier.

The screenplay mainly consists of 5 important component, including slug line, character’s name, scene direction, character cue/dialogue and character action.

The basic format of a screenplay consists of two aspects:

1.The interplay between typeface/font, line spacing and type area, from which the standard of one page of text per one minute of screen time is derived. Unlike in the United States where letter size and Courier 12 point are mandatory, Europe uniformly uses A4 as the standard paper size format (but without a uniform font requirement).

2.The tab settings of the scene elements (dialogue, scenes headings, transitions, parentheticals, etc.), which constitute the screenplay’s layout.

And then, here is the detail analysis for the different part of screenplay:

1.Slug line – to tell the situation of the scene, including the time and location of the scene. It is useful for use to set the shooting schedule as it will show if the scene is shoot at daytime or nighttime, indoor or outdoor. It can also help to classify which scenes can be shooting together for setting up a perfect shooting schedule.

2.Scene direction – it is a guideline for the actors to show how they should act for the scene. It can also be known as a brief description for the scene, the basic situation of the scene can be told.

3.Character name – it is show separately with the cue of the actor. It is useful for the actor to know how many lines and scene they are involved. And it is agreed to be the perfect structure for the screenplay

4.Character cue – this is the lines that the character should say during the scene. Since film is the combination of vision and sound, dialogue and talking is something that can never be missed

5.Character action – this is the guideline for the actor to show he or she what they should response in this scene. Some of the scene are quite confusing or special that the direction may want a unusual reaction, then this will help much.

For our trailer, we don’t need too many lines or speaking as we put our focus on the action and facial expression of the actors. So generally, the writing of our screenplay is very easy. We just have to write about the actions and emotion of the actors. And our screenplay only consists of 3 pages and 8 scenes. On the surface, it is such a small amount, but actually we all knew that it will take us tons of times to shoot and edit. So we try to keep our scene simple and short, so we can have a wide range of scene and show more things to our audience.


yesterday, thank you

yesterday, thank you
at the Federal Public Ministery, people from Prestes Maia listening the public audience.
Your words have been heard here, my friends 🙂
I must thank you so much for all the support, and they asked me to do it.

Today, the light was back (also the water 🙂

Now they have until next June, 14th***, 2006, to run and to do a lot of oficial papers, legalizing their sittuation. If they do it, they jump to the next step, that will be to find a solution for how to pay the debts.

These women are so amazing! I’ve been learning so much with them.
I love to learn about their collective conscience (as the indigenous people use to have too). Always surprise me how different can be a society that knows to look for the collective with the same power they look to the individual world.
I must thank to this strong people too.

I was talking with Jomarina today (June, 15th), one of the coordinators of the building, and they went to AES Eletropaulo yesterday, with the needed documentation.
Well, they couldn’t finish all the analysis of the electric engineer on the building, and are needing a few more days for that. And, as we alredy expected, the City Hall didn’t give them yet the documentation that alleges the building is a tenement house (this will be probably the most dificult).
But they had negotiated the stated period again, and the company gave until June 28th, to finish the agreement.

audience analysis paper

The Birth of Venus: A Novel
Alessandra Cecchi is not quite fifteen when her father, a prosperous cloth merchant, brings a young painter back from northern Europe to decorate the chapel walls in the family’s Florentine palazzo. A child of the Renaissance, with a precocious mind and a talent for drawing, Alessandra is intoxicated by the painter’s abilities.

But their burgeoning relationship is interrupted when Alessandra’s parents arrange her marriage to a wealthy, much older man. Meanwhile, Florence is changing, increasingly subject to the growing suppression imposed by the fundamentalist monk Savonarola, who is seizing religious and political control. Alessandra and her native city are caught between the Medici state, with its love of luxury, learning, and dazzling art, and the hellfire preaching and increasing violence of Savonarola’s reactionary followers. Played out against this turbulent backdrop, Alessandra’s married life is a misery, except for the surprising freedom it allows her to pursue her powerful attraction to the young painter and his art.

The Birth of Venus is a tour de force, the first historical novel from one of Britain’s most innovative writers of literary suspense. It brings alive the history of Florence at its most dramatic period, telling a compulsively absorbing story of love, art, religion, and power through the passionate voice of Alessandra, a heroine with the same vibrancy of spirit as her beloved city.

From the Hardcover edition.

Sarah Dunant’s gorgeous and mesmerizing novel, Birth of Venus, draws readers into a turbulent 15th-century Florence, a time when the lavish city, steeped in years of Medici family luxury, is suddenly besieged by plague, threat of invasion, and the righteous wrath of a fundamentalist monk. Dunant masterfully blends fact and fiction, seamlessly interweaving Florentine history with the coming-of-age story of a spirited 14-year-old girl. As Florence struggles in Savonarola’s grip, a serial killer stalks the streets, the French invaders creep closer, and young Alessandra Cecchi must surrender her “childish” dreams and navigate her way into womanhood. Readers are quickly seduced by the simplicity of her unconventional passions that are more artistic than domestic:
Dancing is one of the many things I should be good at that I am not. Unlike my sister. Plautilla can move across the floor like water and sing a stave of music like a song bird, while I, who can translate both Latin and Greek faster than she or my brothers can read it, have club feet on the dance floor and a voice like a crow. Though I swear if I were to paint the scale I could do it in a flash: shining gold leaf for the top notes falling through ochres and reds into hot purple and deepest blue.
Alessandra’s story, though central, is only one part of this multi-faceted and complex historical novel. Dunant paints a fascinating array of women onto her dark canvas, each representing the various fates of early Renaissance women: Alessandra’s lovely (if simple) sister Plautilla is interested only in marrying rich and presiding over a household; the brave Erila, Alessandra’s North African servant (and willing accomplice) has such a frank understanding of the limitations of her sex that she often escapes them; and Signora Cecchi, Alessandra’s beautiful but weary mother tries to encourage yet temper the passions of her wayward daughter.
A luminous and lush novel, The Birth of Venus, at its heart, is a mysterious and sensual story with razor-sharp teeth. Like Alessandra, Dunant has a painter’s eye–her writing is rich and evocative, luxuriating in colors and textures of the city, the people, and the art of 15th-century Florence. Reminiscent of Tracy Chevalier’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, but with sensual splashes of color and the occasional thrill of fear, Dunant’s novel is both exciting and enchanting. –Daphne Durham


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