STEP ONE: Finding Examples

Open your Data Collection Chart. Select two rhetorical elements from the data you gathered about “My Daughter, Malala” and a quote that you used as an example, and transfer them to the table below.

 

  Author

Surname

Rhetorical Element Example (Quote) Citation
EXAMPLE Yousafzai Key Concept: Stereotypes “And the two of them are forming, or confirming, an idea of this American and all Westerners”

 

Para. 20
   

 

 

Yousafzai

 

 

 

 

 

Themes (Family)

“she was my daughter, but now I am her father.” 0:34
   

 

Yousafzai

 

 

 

 

 Purpose

Dear brothers and sisters, we were striving for more rights for women, and we were struggling to have more, more and more space for the women in society.” 11:12

 

 

 

STEP TWO: Reporting Verbs

 

Think about what we just discussed about reporting verbs and what you wrote in the table above. In the space below, write a few sentences about a rhetorical element and its example. Use appropriate reporting verbs when introducing your quote, and be sure they are in the correct tense.

 

Yousafzai speech included a lot of rhetorical element in his speech, such as, themes, purpose and etc. At the first in his speech explains the inequalities and the injustice in his country which is the (Justice) key concept. He demonstrates, “if we glance to human history, the story of women is the story of injustice, inequality, violence and exploitation.”

 

 

 

STEP THREE: Paraphrasing

 

Think about what we just discussed about paraphrasing and the quote you used in Step Two. In the space below, write a few sentences about the rhetorical element and its example, but this time, paraphrase the quote. Be sure that you still have reporting verb and that the paraphrase in entirely in your own words.

 

Yousafzai speech included a lot of rhetorical element in his speech, such as, themes, purpose and etc. He suggests that women should have their own freedom and get treated like anybody.

 

STEP FOUR: MLA In-Text Citations

 

Look at the MLA Citation section in your Hacker book. Go back to Steps 2 and 3 and make sure that your quotes and your paraphrases have correct MLA in-text citations.

 

 

 

 

According to Yousafzai speech included a lot of rhetorical element in his speech, such as, themes, purpose and etc. He suggests that women should have their own freedom and get treated like anybody.