1. Find an effective persuasive letter. In a memo (see Ch. 15 for examples) to your instructor, explain how the message succeeds. Base your evaluation on the persuasion guidelines (p.51-53) and the checklist (p. 57). Attach a copy of the letter to your memo when you submit.2. Next, using the same criteria as above, evaluate an ineffective document, explaining how and why it fails. Also attach a copy of this letter to your memo when you submit.3. Visit a website for a professional association in your field (ex: American Psychological Association, Society for Technical Communication, American Nursing Association) and locate its code of ethics. How often are communication-related issues mentioned? Include a copy of the code and describe the role of ethical communication in this field.4. Using the draft on page 106 (In the text it is listed as “Glen’s Second Draft”), compare it to “Glen’s Final Draft” shown on page 112. Identify the improvements in content, arrangement, and style besides those already discussed. Describe your overall impression of Glen’s writing (i.e. does the final draft “flow” more easily, is the phrasing improved, etc.)5. Using Wikipedia as a starting point, research a topic for this class or another class. Select a topic that is “big” (for example, climate change, gun control, abortion, legalization of marijuana). Use the footnotes in the Wikipedia article to help you narrow your focus. Use the internet to locate two articles, reports, or other publications cited in these footnotes. Write 3-4 paragraphs describing your research process and how you came to select the information you located.