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Published: Mar 14, 2019
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In my critical analysis essay based on the article Some Lessons from the Assembly Line by Andrew Braaksma, my target audience will be graduating high school seniors. This audience will consist of adolescents between the ages of 17 and 19, who are contemplating what to do with their lives once graduated. My analysis will use examples from the aforementioned article to provide the audience with insight into some potential options after high school and provide a comparison of the life of a college student compared to that of a blue-collar worker. The analysis of a college junior's point of view will also help them to gain awareness to the importance of higher education and how to appreciate opportunities they've been afforded. All of these elements can prove to be beneficial when it comes to decision-making time.
In order to understand what you're reading, you must be able to analyze it in further detail. Therefore, as the audience reads this essay, it is essential to include an analysis that will assist them in understanding all of the elements included to give strong insight into the author's point of view. Author, Andrew Braaksma, was clear and concise in the text of his writing which made it a generally easy read. Using both a casual and persuasive tone, he did an excellent job expressing his point of view on how invaluable a higher education is; to appreciate what you have; and to work hard at all you do. His vivid descriptions of scenes throughout the article help the reader to visualize themselves in those same situations. Perhaps, having that type of insight can persuade a graduating senior to take a deeper look into their future.
In analyzing the author's article, I agree with his point of view and believe my goal is to explain my understanding and support of his views on education and hard work. To expound further on my backing of the author's viewpoints, I plan to provide more context on the advantage of having a higher education from a personal standpoint in hopes to encourage the youth to strive for more out of life. My analysis will not be complete without the inclusion of text examples from the author. An example such as, rows of hulking, spark-showering machines have replaced the lush campus and cavernous lecture halls of college life, is torture describing how his summer days as a blue-collar work differ from his college days are imperative when trying to reach this young and impressionable audience. I believe those examples will open the audience up to considering all their options after high school. In conclusion, I believe my critical analysis of author's article can prove extremely beneficial to the intended audience of graduating seniors.
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