Writing Ninjas: How To Write A Strong Thesis Statement

young ninja writer and trainee if you want to become a writing ninja you must learn how to write a thesis statement today I’ll share with you the secret formula for writing thesis statements how to write a thesis statement what is a thesis statement the thesis statement summarizes your position on the topic of your paper the thesis acts as a roadmap for your readers it tells them what the paper is about it also helps you organize your paper how long should a thesis statement be it is usually one to two sentences long where’s your the thesis statement be in the paper it should be the last sentence of your introduction how do I write a thesis statement use a thesis formula claim your position plus recent evidence equals thesis statement first choose the topic of your paper if your teacher has given you a writing prompt that will give you the topic of your paper for example your writing prompt equals explain why or why not people should study a foreign language your topic equals whether people should study foreign languages now choose your position for or against we pick the affirmative people should study foreign languages your claim equals people should learn foreign languages your reason equals the evidence supporting your claim why should people study a foreign language studying a foreign language is proven to make you smarter claim people should study foreign languages plus reason because it makes them smarter equals thesis statement make your thesis statements stronger by further developing your evidence a three point thesis statement is the strongest kind of thesis statement a three point thesis statement has three pieces of evidence supporting the claim people should study a foreign language because language learning strengthens the memory and largest vocabulary and builds an appreciation for foreign cultures now you know how to write a thesis statement don’t forget the formula claimed your position plus reason evidence equals thesis statement

Lightroom Tutorial: How to EDIT Photos like a Professional!

hey guys I’m sort of in this video I will be talking about some Lightroom editing tips that will help you to edit your photos like a professional now in this video I won’t edit a photo from start to the end but I will show you different tools in Lightroom that you can use in different types of images to get professional results so without wasting any time let’s get started so we are in the Lightroom right now and the first thing we’re going to talk about is clipping so when you take images with your camera you won’t be able to understand whether the images are completely underexposed or overexposed just by looking at it you need someone to tell you that these parts are underexposed or overexposed that is where the clipping are going to be very very helpful so this you see is the highlight clipping and this you see is a shadow clipping so when I turn on the shadow clipping you will see that there are certain parts that appear in the blue color that means that parts are actually underexposed so now what I have to do is to get rid of that I have to actually have to get my black points raised or maybe you can also deal with the shadows whatever you like so I’m increasing the blacks here to get rid of that underexposed parts similarly if you are editing this particular image and you increased a lot of contrast and highlights maybe even the exposure you will be getting a representation where you are over exposing the highlights right of course you won’t do that much but then again when you are decreasing the blacks if you accidentally it decreases the blacks a lot you will get a warning in the blue color that these parts are actually getting underexposed so if I turn this off the parts you see a complete black pixels so you want this feedback from the Lightroom so that you will understand where you have to stop the editing process so this thing is going to be really really helpful and as a professional you don’t want your images to look overexposed or underexposed if you’re not going for that look the next thing we are going to talk about is vibrance versus saturation now you will use the saturation panel to increase the intensity of the colors right to increase or decrease the intensity of the colors now when you increase the intensity of your colors by using saturation you will see that the colors starts looking fake I am purposely doing it plus hundreds so that you get the difference but then when you start increasing the vibrance you see the intensity of the color starts increasing but the natural look is maintained so even if I am at plus fifty maybe the colors are looking a bit more saturated because and I’m doing it intentionally right now to just show you guys but saturation is not going to give you a very natural result that as vibrance is going to give you a very very natural result okay so for in this example if you see if I am increasing my vibrance even up to like plus eighty still I’m getting good colors but the natural look is maintained but when I am increasing the saturation at about plus eighty you will see this color starts looking fake and I believe you know like according to me you might have different perspective but for me editing photos is making them look better but also preserving the natural look so I really really love that the next thing we are going to talk about is the tone curve now you have a contrast slider right here right if you increase the contrast or decrease the contrast you obviously change the contrast of the image that’s the point but now when you increase the contrast you don’t have the flexibility to choose whether the contrast is affected in the highlights or in the shadows in the mid-tones exactly which part is getting affected the overall image is getting affected so what I use is the tone curve the tone curve gives me a lot more flexibility so this is the highlights this is lights this is the darks and this is the shadows so this part is going to be your mid-tones between the lights and the darks so if you want to increase the highlights contrast then you can simply raise the highlights point as much as you like okay if you want to decrease you can bring it down if you want to increase again you can increase it and make sure the clipping is turned on so that you know you always get a feedback whether you’re over exposing the image and again if I want to decrease the shadows to get a bit of contrast I can do that if I want to raise the mid-tones if I think the mid-tones are too dark or too bright I can do that too so have a lot of flexibility when I’m dealing with the tone curve right here you can change a lot of things okay let me show you a different image where I’m going for a much more cinematic look so here actually I’m trying to get a much more cinematic look so now if okay let me just quickly edit this image so if I want to change the overall contrast obviously I can lift the highlights I can again bring the darks a bit but now if I’m going for a much more cinematic look I want to raise this black point not you see I can’t do that technically and that’s why you have to click this particular part right here and then it actually converts it to this particular curve you have two different curves if you didn’t know that now you know it right so again sorry for that I can lift the black points and I can give that that faded cinematic look I’m going for and then I can just darken the shadows just improve the highlights and just just by like few seconds of playing with tone curve you can see I’m really able to get that cinematic faded look you can be really really extremely creative with this particular tone curve you can deal with RGB you can deal with red green blue channels separately as well if you want that so it really really helps you to be a lot more flexible and if you like kind of practice getting used to tone curve you will be used to it and then you will understand it’s a really really great tool to get good professional looking results now before going to the next point let’s talk about responsiveness this video is sponsored by skills sure now skill show is an online learning community where you can learn photography videography editing anything related to business technology where the experts in the respective fields will actually teach you you’re getting high quality classes high quality tutorials so like in this example Chris Burkard is giving his landscape photography tips and I think that’s amazing because like professionals from those particular fields giving you tips expert advices it’s really a really great thing and if you don’t want to pay and if you want to try out there’s a link in the description below you can click that and you will get Premium Membership for two months totally free remember it’s only for first 500 people so grab it as soon as possible the next thing we are going to talk about is the detail panel now when we’re talking about the detail panel the idea is to get a good sharpening just let me reset this one so now if you see just let me zoom in a bit more so you can see better so now if you see the image is technically sharp right everything is in focus but now if I increase the sharpening the image is getting sharper but if I’m all the way increase the sharpening to 150 it’s again starts looking weird right so there has to be a limit for sharpening now I shot this image at is 100 and why I’m saying this because looking at the ISO is very important since I shot this at is 100 I know my image doesn’t have a lot of noise and I can increase the sharpening to get the details so now if I’m shooting at is 100 I will use amount of somewhere between 80 to 90 here 85 is looking good maybe even 80 will look good and then I will increase the luminance of about just 10 to 15 somewhere about 12 or 13 okay so luminance is basically going to be the kind of option which you’re going to use for noise reduction but again if you use too much of luminance again your image becomes soft so you have to make sure about the amount of luminance that you’re increasing so now when I’m using luminance and the amount the thing is everything is actually getting sharpened if I hold the alt button and click here you see it’s all white meaning everything is getting affected and then as I slightly increase or the slightly slide the masking slider you will see there are certain parts which are getting black right and the black parts the darker parts are not going to get affected so I’m going to increase my masking at about 35 and see if you see this particular parts were in black and I don’t want this particular parts to get affected just because they don’t have any kind of subject and it will add unnecessary noise if I sharpen those parts that is why with the help of masking I’m removing those parts but I’m sharpening the other areas and if there’s any kind of noise I’m still getting rid of it now in similarly when I’m actually editing image which which was shot at higher ISO so for example talking about this particular image this was shot at ISO 6400 so if I again like sharpen it a lot you will see the image gets sharpened but there’s and lot of noise right I will just reduce everything so you can see there’s a lot of noise right here now we want to get rid of this noise but we still want the image to be sharpened so that’s why what we are going to do is we’re going to see the ISO okay so this was short at ISO 6400 now since it was short at ISO 6400 I won’t go till up to 80 85 like I did before but I will stick to about 70 or 75 70 looks good then I will use the luminance of about 3035 what you can do is subtract the amount from hundred and use that as luminance this is not a strict formula but something that works for me so now while using luminance I’m going to use the luminance of about 30 to 35 a good starting point can be you can subtract the amount from 100 and use that as luminance this is not a strict formula but it works for me so now if you see again these parts are also getting sharpen it so what I will do is I will hold the alt button and I will slide the masking so that the parts which I don’t want to be sharpened are getting black so I know now the noise has been removed if you see the noise has been removed a lot you can again remove the color noise as well so the image is still sharp but I have got rid of the noise so that is what is very important with using the detail panel you have to understand why sharpening amount masking and luminance is very very important the next thing we are going to talk about is local adjustments now when you are doing certain adjustments in your image maybe you’re increasing the exposure or decreasing the exposure it actually affects the whole image but what if you really want to target a single part or some parts of the image and not the overall image then the local adjustments are going to be very very useful so there are two kinds of local adjustments mainly in Lightroom one is the graduated filter so graduated filter works like this so if you see this parts are getting affected so now when I increase the luminance only this part will be affected okay it starts graduating from this particular part and this part won’t be affected at all so this is but how you can actually use the graduated ND filter what I like to do is I like to just you know darken the top part and the bottom part of it so that the emphasis is on the center part of the image on and not on the top and bottom part so I like to do that a lot but one thing you can also do is use a radial filter suppose you know I want to increase the clarity on this particular part of the cloud so what I can do is I can draw a radial filter and I can just increase the clarity here let me do it positive hundred so that you get to see the effect more nicely so now when I’m off now when I if I don’t have the invert checked everything else except this particular part will get affected that’s why I have to check the invert box so that only the part which is inside this oval shape is getting affected now feather is something that you have to be really careful of if I’m setting the feather to zero and if you say the image it looks rubbish right you can clearly see that this particular part looks different from this particular part and that is because the feather is zero but as I start increasing the feather you will see the transition becomes a lot more gradual now if you see the difference you won’t be able to tell because there’s a gradual transition so using the radial filter with feather can really really be very helpful you can actually create some very good local contrast by you know just darkening or brightening certain areas and you will be seeing that you will get different kinds of contrast just by using some radial filters the next thing we’re going to talk about is range mask now what if I want to darken this whole sky but I only want the blue parts to get affected so when I’m darkening you will see the areas which are not in blue are also getting affected right just let me adjust a gradual filter so that you understand more let me decrease it a bit more okay so now when if I only want the blue part to get affected I can use the range mask option the range mask is again the feature that’s available in the newer versions of Lightroom but very very helpful so when I use the color now I can select this one and I can select the color which I want to get affected so when I select this color you see the other parts don’t get affected so it doesn’t matter if I make it bright or dark the other parts are not getting affected okay so range mask is going to be extremely useful to target a particular part of the image and that is very very helpful it’s like local adjustments on steroids so it’s really going to be very very easy and helpful for you now one more range mask option is luminance so when you are talking about luminance I’ll just use a different example so you understand let me use this particular example so maybe I am using a radial filter and I want to brighten or maybe increase the shadows in this particular part so I increase exposure okay I am just increasing the shadows a bit but the problem is even these parts will get affected since it is inside the radial filter but I don’t want that to get affected meaning I don’t want the brighter parts to get affected right so I’m using the luminance here so luminance in you will actually get two options the range and smoothness so this is the darker part and this is the brighter part so let me show what I’m talking about so when I click on oil and I reduce the range you will see the brighter parts are getting black meaning those parts won’t get affected so right here if I see the brighter parts the extremely bright parts are getting black so I know even if I am using this filter the bright spot are not getting affected and the part I wanted to get affected is only getting affected right so my purpose is solved so range mask is going to be extremely helpful to mask out the things you don’t need and to mask in the things you need so yeah use it to your advantage the last thing we’re going to talk about is the D haze and clarity slider now D haze is actually available in the effects panel if you see right here yeah right here if I decrease the D haze it adds haste but now see this is literally magic if I start playing with the D hey sly everything that was hazy is gone right now so this slider is magical right it has really great features and can really bring very very good contrast and colors and can help removing the haze but the thing is there’s some cons of using this particular slider like if you see this particular rock is not actually blue but it has a blue color cast right now because I have removed the haze that’s the downside so now what I can do is I can use the HSL panel I can go to saturation and I can select this particular color and drag the saturation down so that the blue saturation the blue color saturation is getting reduced so I have removed the haze but I’ve also removed the blue color cast that I had so when you using the dehaze slider make sure that you’re playing with the clarity so that if it starts looking too fake you can reduce a bit of clarity you can reduce the color cast so that your purpose is getting solved but the natural look and feel of the image is still there so use the D haze slider you know it can really help in making your images look extremely extremely better again see right here if I go crazy the image starts looking fake but if I use a bit of D haze just about 20-25 it makes a hell lot of a difference them it makes the colors pop makes the images look much much better even right here you can increase the D haze and it will see again the colors are getting affected so use this slider but make sure you’re not overdoing it make preserve the natural look and feel of the image and I hope you enjoyed the tips and all the things I showed you in this video so that’s it from this video guys if you enjoyed the video make sure you drop a like and subscribe to the channel if you’re new to it if you want to see more such tutorials let me know in the comments below I will talk together next one bye

Contextual Analysis Essay Example 1

hi and welcome to another series of videos looking at first drafts of our papers for English 1102 once again we look at specific papers as a way to address general concerns so even though we’re talking about a paper that’s not yours necessarily it will be bringing up issues that more than likely you are dealing with in a composition and revision of your paper so I’m going to bring that back up and there we go so here we go the first paper is on george w bush’s October 2002 speech on invading Iraq and we see here we have and I’m gonna address a lot of the general global and so of course I can’t talk and type at the same time it’s very difficult so here we want to make sure that we have all the we get that and then whatever your date is that’s good we get the title right here everything standard you would have your last name along with the page number the margins look good the font looks good great for good good to go good to go induction remembering that the function of the introduction for these sorts of writing assignments includes context building to text and to pieces so here we start with the american people will never forget the disaster that took place on September 11th 2001 a year later the president george w bush give a speech titled outlining the threat on iraq so we have essentially one sentence of context before the writer jumps into talking about the text and while that format on paper sort of not not as a paper but if we’re to draw our inverted triangle looks good we probably need a little bit more context so i would recommend expanding that because one cannot overstate the importance of September 11th on this speech because this speech wouldn’t exist without the events of that day even though Iraq we now know and some people knew at the time had nothing to do with September 11th however we see that it does play an outsized role not only in the move to war but in this the rhetorical moves of this speech as well so we definitely I think would want to spend more time here I say that knowing that this is a first draft and knowing full well that many students intend when they’re writing like oh I’ll go back into this but some students don’t and so that’s why we’re addressing this so we want more context before going into text a year later the president george w bush you don’t need the president george w bush gave a speech titled outlining the threat on iraq in which he outlined the threat there’s some repetition there imposed by iraq jerk does george bush use persuasive techniques to convince the american people toward the idea of going to work do we need a question there so i don’t think the question there is necessary search bush uses and we want to make sure that we say george w bush because there are two president george bush’s we use w to delineate but or to identify the second one or judge george HW bush identify the first number forty-one and number forty-three so we can get rid of that question the techniques that are used include the repetition in words or phrases pathos and logos persuasion using these three strategies that president is able to encourage the audience that action must be taken in order to remain safe so we have a lot of good parts here and in many ways this is a successful first draft it’s not a fully successful final draft but we have lots of great parts going on that will make the revision process actually not too onerous or difficult so i want to look at so all these parts that essentially work together to be the thesis and we see that’s a little bit long it’s actually most of the introductory paragraph one that’s because i’m sure a paragraph needs to be expanded and to because the thesis needs to be streamlined so just highlighting these things on your paper will give you a visual sense sometimes of what needs to be addressed so here we see that the audience is the American people and I’m just gonna kind of mark these different aspects the purpose is to go to war or that action must be taken to remain safe we see we get some repetition we get American people audience later we could probably move that all around and strategies include repetition in words or phrases because it’s a speech we probably don’t need to be told words or phrases we would say repetition and then we get pathos and logos persuasion and one of the reasons I wanted to look at this paper is because it does some great stuff but it also does some things that lots of the first drafts do that keep it from being fully successful and that’s talking about pathos and logos as something that we use rather than something that we create so let me explain a little bit so our three appeals those or emotional logical and ethical appeals an oversimplification but for our purposes I think this will work so we use strategies to create Appeals now which strategies create these different Appeals well that’s up to you to talk about statistics evidence can be used as a part of the logical appeal personal stories can be used as part of the emotional appeal they use a first-person in this case the singular first-person can be used as part of the ethical appeal so our paper wants to focus your thesis should talk about strategy now you can then argue how the strategies go to create Appeals but you should stay away from a thesis statement that says for example and this doesn’t do that why why do we want to stay away from that well because if it is spoken language and if it’s at all thoughtful it more than likely does use pathos ethos and logos that’s basically almost any political speech ever so that’s not going to be specific enough focusing on strategies however is specific enough now the good news is that as this paper goes on it gets really specific so I don’t think it would be hard to retrofit our thesis so and we can go back and look at that later now I’m not gonna look at a bunch of grammar stuff but I hope that you all do that in your revision helping each other out looking at things like apostrophes unnecessary apostrophes etc now we start this first body paragraph now before I talk about this especially I want to remind you that so that’s our focus for the paper so your point won’t be about context you’ll be using context to support your point so here we get during 2200 speech was given the president spoke to Americans to inform them of the lingering threat to their safety so this is all purpose that ties back to the purpose and the thesis we get the threat or the supposed threat was coming from the Iraqi regime Bush says this the president makes references to 1991 he says cement alludes to JFK so all of this is mostly illustration we don’t yet have a clear point about the rhetoric but then you’ll know at the very end of the first paragraph by using these references to the past Bush was able to help the audience identify the associate force associated risks of Iraq you gene and so when I read this I went oh aha so I’m gonna make this let’s say blue that’s my point so at the very end of the paragraph we have a fairly clear point about the rhetoric of this speech and then the next paragraph goes in to talk about that further so our issue here is about organization and this is going to be very very very very important for all of your papers is that we have to adhere to PI not because we’re robots and can’t think outside of form but rather than that form guides both our writing and our comprehension of this analysis otherwise we’re reading through piles and piles of illustration without knowing why and especially when you’re using multiple sources you’re going to want to find a more effective way of blending that together although this paragraph doesn’t yet have secondary sources and that’s another thing all body paragraphs need to make up learn about the rhetoric so what can we do here well it seems clear to me that there’s this is all on the same point but it also seems to talk about Iraq and Saddam’s past okay so I’m gonna just kind of underline some stuff so I can think about how to arrange it and then we also get nuclear and we get John F Kennedy and during October 1962 the Cuban Missile Crisis so I can start to brainstorm a little bit and this is where context could come in and it’s possible that when I’m looking to reorganize my paper that I could separate I could talk about the references I think that’s a great great topic but it’s possible that I could separate it into say the Cold War and the reference to JFK so many references to nuclear weapons which even though we are and still should be afraid nuclear war and nuclear weapons the level of fear that we live with is nothing compared to how it was during the Cold War from the 1950s through the 1980s with peaks in 1962 Peaks also in the 19th of the early 1980s again our enemy the USSR those are really powerful fears that the American people lived with and so this student is arguing that george w bush is alluding to those past conflicts as a way to bolster support for his proposed conflict for his proposed military action so we could break it up into two paragraphs one before and the other is the earlier Desert Storm nineteen Iraq engagement so we see that there’s a lot of great stuff here but organization is keeping it from being totally effective and then we would also need outside sources to bring in to supplement and illustrate because again we as a writer might not know that much about the Cold War or Desert Storm 1981 and even if we were alive during either of those times we should still bring in information to tell our audience what was going on then why is Bush’s allusion to these times effective so for an audience in 2002 which is already a good number of years ago they would have absolutely remembered the events of 1991 and many of them would have also lived actually aldeman would have lived through the Cold War would have remembered what it was like to live with fear of nuclear attack so even myself who was not alive during JFK’s time in office was born many many years later I do remember though the 1980s and I do remember that fear and that fear peeking especially around like 1983 1984 and Bush is drawing from that so those we need some outside sources to sort of illustrate for us those who were not part of the target audience of this speech and that’s the whole goal of this paper so no matter what speech you’re writing about here’s the lesson you were most likely not part of that target audience for Malcolm X for Mary Karr for JFK for Martin Luther King definitely for Abraham Lincoln and Margaret Sanger you were not the audience your audience was not the audience so that’s why we have to use research to explain what these appeals and strategies were designed to do okay so as I go through this paper and you can read through this paper well your such as well we see that we see that the same thing happens in the next paragraphs so we get the speech came out during a total grief and sorrow purpose purpose purpose illustration we get Sanger even though it’s Bush I think that she didn’t call Saddam Hussein a homicidal dictator so we get illustration illustration illustration illustration ah and it’s a very end on page three at the end of this paragraph we get a point throughout the speech the use of tear and fear keeps American people on his side as he advocates for military action which he mentions he has submitted so the grammar there gets a little weird but that’s a great point but it comes at the end of a paragraph which means I had to read the entire paragraph again going oh okay now I get it and then again the next paragraph kind of goes off at this point so one option is to combine these paragraphs and reorganize them or to still keep two separate paragraphs the new once again separate it to do two different kinds of fears this one seems to talk about weapons a lot and then the next one seems to tack and has a really great point about creating a character of this homicidal dictator that’s a terrific point so it seems like there’s two different piers weapons and now that Saddam Hussein was a good guy absolutely was not but there was definitely a construction of him as a certain kind of terrible guy because not to diminish anything that happened to the Iraqi people whatsoever under Hussein’s regime but the world is filled with bad leaders with terrible unfortunately mostly men who will do anything to maintain power so why this guy why did we go in why did he want to go into Iraq when there was so many other conflicts so many other civil wars so many other atrocities happening and so that’s where we get the sort of creation of this character I’m interested in hearing more about that but because the organization gets a little muddy we don’t spend a lot of time on either of those the ideas are in there and can be expanded on but they get a little bit swallowed by the points at the end of paragraphs and and then we go into the last one this one actually seems to have I’m sorry this one actually seems to have the point at the beginning of the paragraph great I think it could be even more specific so instead of saying uses statistics to further boost the importance of the subject the problem with that is I could I could apply that to almost anything using sistah statistics to boost the importance we need to be specific here what statistics it is really hard to say statistics over and over I’m finding what’s just what numbers what facts about is about weapons you know we need some some concrete nouns in here and also subject is vague so always be specific specificity is the heart of narrative as John Hodgman often says on his judge John Hodgman podcast but also many writers say that that’s where your argument is made is in specificity and then we actually get some great stuff in here it’s mostly still using just the primary text a couple of mentions of outside sources are a good start but nowhere nearly enough so I’m looking at here also the inclusion of the year that’s APA not MLA so we would not need that and I’ll talk about MLA a little bit more in a second um so and then we get filler language leaks in conclusion we don’t need that at all we know what’s the conclusion and probably this conclusion would be expanded a little bit because just visually it looks short and the conclusion and I’ve said this before in previous videos is the opportunity to talk about and for any and all of our speeches that you all are writing about there are very very very real world implications in our daily lives none of these topics are sort of are done with our dusty and in the past we still we still deal with battle over women’s reproductive rights racism access to health care clearly dealing with the fallout of the decision to go into Iraq all of these things we live with we still live with the specter of AIDS and HIV of homophobia and so all of these speeches matter and understanding how people appeal to us and try to get us on their side matters and so the conclusion is really your opportunity to talk about that a little bit so again a really strong first draft in a minute so here we have the work cited page it looks largely good are a few things that we would need to address first of all it needs to be alphabetized so whatever is first that has to be in order the reason is that if I’m going through a paper and I see a last name or I see like the beginning of a title that refers me to the works cited page I need to be able to find it right away and not have to read through the whole list so um the first two look great if we get the speech then we get an academic journal by the author the title of the piece the title of the journal issue pages date of axis etc great the next one is close I see David E Sanger way over here and I have no idea why it’s stuck in the middle of the annotation so gala tea oh it’s spicy I was thinking Margaret Sanger that’s why see that’s why I got confused oh we just did a real-world illustration of why your work cited needs to be formatted correctly because I saw saying you’re in the paper I went to the works cited did not see Singh or listed anywhere under here that’s why we get the indentions the way they are is to highlight the first and also this should be etc but um ah okay saw that so that’s the importance of putting that first and then we get the title Bush sees urgent duty we get the website but before we get so we don’t use the URL the name of the website is not NY Times that’s the URL the name of the website is the New York Times there’s a difference between the name of the website in the URL and then we have the organization uh that owns it or runs it or whatever so you’ll see the format difference tells me which is which italicize tell me it’s the title the on italicize tells me that that’s the name of the organization and there might be it might be New York Times corporation or something I would have to look that up and then this one is following that format so that looks great so this is a largely effective work cited a few things that need to be addressed and we saw how important that is because if I cannot find your source I cannot verify it I cannot count it that means that you lose a source for your paper which means you lose credibility and you lose points so that’s something to keep in the importance of MLA formatting so that ends video number 1 on your contextual analysis paper so to review over a few points of what makes this successful is that it does focus on the rhetoric it doesn’t start focusing on the events but it uses the events to help us understand the rhetoric and it can use the context even more I think all right thanks so much