In the article “Teaching Rhetorical Analysis To promote Transfer Of Learning” by Nelson Graff discusses how he helps students write in ways that enhance their work beyond an english or composition class. Students learn and analyze how rhetorical analysis is used for many different purposes. In fact conducting rhetorical analysis with students illustrates how language works in everyday life. In addition these new skills and knowledge students acquire can be utilized for future occasion in or out of school.

In the article by Nelson Graff provides many examples of the points being conveyed. It also illustrates readers how students learn to adapt new skills while still enhancing their background knowledge they have. One word I learned was Implicitly, which means not directly expressed.