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This assignment is being submitted to turnitin, any cheating will result in academic dishonesty penalties.
Learning Outcomes Analyze college-level materials. Evaluate the ideas of others. Address different purposes and audiences in their writing. Edit written work competently and independently. This assignment requires you to demonstrate two invaluable research/study skills: annotation and summary. Watch the video posted below and answer the following questions. Be sure all of your answers are double spaced. Please answer the questions in complete sentences and in your OWN words: Important Notes: Please ensure you submit your assignment in .docx or .pdf format in the proper SLATE drop-box. Do NOT email me any assignments; Do NOT submit your assignments as links. DO NOT include the questions and only include your answers. This assignment is being submitted to Turnitin, any cheating will result in Academic Dishonesty penalties. Part 1: Annotation Questions (12 points) Who is the speaker in the video (provide the name of the creator/speaker)? Is the speaker credible? Why or why not? Be sure to provide examples from the video to support your answer. (3 marks) What is the main point or idea in the video? What message does the speaker want you to take away from watching this video? Is it conveyed effectively? Be sure to provide examples from the video to support your answer. (3 marks) What is the tone of the video (how do you think the speaker is feeling)? How is this established? Be sure to provide examples from the video to support your answer. (2 marks) Who is the target audience for the video? How do you know? (2 marks) What is the bias presented by the video (words/phrases that reflect the author’s opinion or point of view)? (2 marks) Part 2: Summary (8 points) Summarize the entire video in 6-10 sentences using the steps provided in the slides from WEEK 2 on Slate and the video lesson posted under the week 2 content. Be sure to include the following: Source is formally introduced (1 mark) Proper tenses and attribution phrases are used (1 mark) All main ideas are paraphrased in your own words (1 mark) Thesis is identified (1 mark) 3-4 supporting points are included (this summary is aimed at informing an unfamiliar audience) (3 marks) Speaker’s conclusions/recommendations are provided (1 mark) link to the video

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