Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapter 4, Chapter 5, and Chapter 6 from your textbook; the Week 2 Weekly Lecture; and Types of Writing (Links to an external site.). Then pick the type of writing relevant to your needs.Are you sure that readers perceive your written message as you intended it? If you want help revising a message you are writing, use Types of Writing (Links to an external site.). This section of the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center can help you make a document that communicates to your audience clearly. It provides tips and examples for several formal documents, and position papers for business and academic environments. In your response, address the following:Explain the appropriate times to use first person and when to use third person, according to Types of Writing.Describe the three elements of “Academic Voice” and how you will incorporate these elements into your academic writing.Describe the goal of research writing and why it is important to “follow the evidence” and use the evidence to draw conclusions.×Types of writing×Types of WritingWe are asked to write many different kinds of texts. These could be essays, discussion board posts, reflective journals, business reports, case studies, emails, presentations, and so on.Different types of texts require different audience considerations. Review the Considering Audience page to learn how to analyze your audience in preparation to write.To see samples of these different types of writing, explore our writing sample gallery. Each sample contains notes and suggestions on how to write for that type of writing:Academic WritingAcademic Writing CharacteristicsAnalysisDiscussion Board PostsIntroduction & Conclusion ParagraphsOutlinesResearch PaperCommon Writing AssignmentsAnnotated BibliographyArticle CritiqueArgumentative WritingBlog/ArticleCase Study AnalysisDiscussion Board PostGraduate WritingLiterature ReviewOutliningPowerPoint PresentationsProblem-Solution PaperReflective/Journal WritingResearch PaperSummary vs AnalysisBusiness and Professional WritingWriting in Business (an overall guide)After-Interview EmailBlog /ArticleBusiness MemoBusiness ReportCase Study AnalysisCover Letter & ResumeEmail EtiquetteExecutive SummaryPowerPoint PresentationsPresentationsProblem-Solution PaperProfessional LetterProfessional Writing CharacteristicsSWOT AnalysisWhite PaperDiscipline-Specific WritingWriting in EducationSamples included such as Philosophy of Education, Lesson Plans, Assignment Prompts and Rubrics, Web Content, and more!Writing in BusinessSamples included such as Business Reports, Business Memos, Presentations, and more!Writing for JournalismWriting about LiteratureCapstone, Graduate Thesis, & Dissertation WritingAbstractAnnotated BibliographyApplied Doctoral ProjectArticle CritiqueDissertationGraduate WritingLetter of IntentLiterature ReviewProblem Statement