“Hidden Intellectualism,”

Description In “Hidden Intellectualism,” Gerald Graff argues that we all have skills that are not usually considered to be intellectual, but are. He also claims that the things you have learned from these skills can be applied to your academic work in meaningful ways that can help lead to future success. In this paper, you must summarize and explain Graff’s point of view before entering the conversation with him. What do you think about his ideas? Explain why you agree, disagree, or partly agree, using quotes from his article and examples from your own experiences and observations to support your point of view. Explain your own hidden intellectualism, if you think you have it, as well as what you’ve done with it, and how it could help you in the future.