Hghi hhqshdjfjnfndndndndbdbdbdbdbdbdbdidjddysjhsjshshdhdhsbsgsbsb- shshdhshdhdhdbhdbsd. Dd duh she dvdjeb dvdrhdjdnbd. Dhdnebebdhdvbdjsjshdhdhbsbvggghhsbsvd d d cc. Hahshshshshhshshshdhdjdjdhdhdbbddbdbdddbdndbbdbdbsbsjsjshdjh- ejdndbdhdjdjjdnnddbdbdndnndndnndndndnndnndndn Although at its most basic level a synthesis involves combining two or more summaries, synthesis writing is more difficult than it might at first appear because this combining must be done in a meaningful way and the final essay must generally be thesis-driven. In composition courses, “synthesis” commonly refers to writing about printed texts, drawing together particular themes or traits that you observe in those texts and organizing the material from each text according to those themes or traits. Sometimes you may be asked to synthesize your own ideas, theory, or research with those of the texts you have been assigned. In your other college classes you'll probably find yourself synthesizing information from graphs and tables, pieces of music, and art works as well. The key to any kind of synthesis is the same.
Key Features of a Synthesis
Synthesis in everyday life
Synthesis Skills beyond College A Background Synthesis
A Thesis-driven Synthesis
A Synthesis of the Literature
Preparing to write the Synthesis Paper
Writing the Synthesis Paper
Peer Editing a Syntheses
Synthesis in Every Day Life
Whenever you report to a friend the things several other friends have said about a film or CD you engage in synthesis. People synthesize information naturally to help other see the connections between things they learn; for example, you have probably stored up a mental data bank of the various things you've heard about particular professors. If your data bank contains several negative comments, you might synthesize that information and use it to help you decide not to take a class from that particular professor. Synthesis is related to but not...
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