Project #3: Explanatory Synthesis Paper
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REVIEW Chapter 4 WRAC
(See Notes on Explanatory Summary below)
For the academic explanatory synthesis paper you will read a minimum of three sources on the topic you choose. You...
Read critically to understand and appreciate diverse social, political, and personal viewpoints.
• Explanatory Synthesis 10%
• Two Formal Essays 20%
• 4 Rhetorical Analyses 25%
• Final Exam 20%
• Attendance & Participation/Quizzes 25%
Explanatory Synthesis Prompt
· Total possible points: 100
· Due Date: 2/20/13 Midnight through Blackboard
· Length: 4 pages
· Purpose: Information
· Audience: General educated audience
· Word choice: Formal
· Third person essay
This paper satisfies one of the...
Essay #2B: Explanatory Synthesis Paper (30%)
Research Prospectus Due: Monday, Feb. 17 in library
Documentation Days!!: February 19 & 24
Mandatory Conferences: February 21 & 24 (Fri. & Mon.)
Rough Draft Due: Wednesday, Feb. 26 (2 copies)
#2B: Explanatory Synthesis Wednesday, March 5
well as through a documented essay, students develop competence writing clear, correct, effective English prose. Extensive reading materials serve as structural models and as the basis for discussion and for the writing of essays involving response, analysis, and synthesis. During the course, the student...
The ability to:
identify causal factors and show how they interact with each other;
infer, predict and draw conclusions;
identify and recognise the component parts of a whole and interpret the
relationship among those parts;
make necessary and accurate calculations...
exceptional, sometimes sacred, events that caused the world to be as it is now. The narratives describing these origins – myths – are not only (1) EXPLANATORY IN NATURE but also (2) MORALLY EXEMPLARY (basis of action) and (3) RITUALISTICALLY INSTRUCTIVE. Myths had the advantage of creating a whole social...
This essay is a critical analysis of the article entitled, “Putting out the fire” written by Vincent Ferguson. The article was written out of concern for our young males in The Bahamas and about their violent behavior. Not only is the problem presented but Ferguson also presents solutions that he believes...
Essay Assignment #2: Explanatory Synthesis
Explanatory Synthesis of Childhood Obesity
Childhood obesity is a major problem in the United States. There are multiple reasons for this problem including the child’s school system, the access to technology in young children and the child’s...
ESSENTIALLY THE PLAY MACBETH IS ABOUT POWER, ITS USE AND ABUSE.
This was my actual LC essay title. The other essay title was on the evolving Macbeth-Lady Macbeth relationship which was a little tedious and not enough angles to look at it - I thought, so for a higher mark I went with the power...
functions similar to those of the
mitochondria. What do these organelles do? What are the similarities and differences
of these organelles? This essay will help you to understand these two fascinating
Mitochondria are small cytoplasmic organelles.
They are five...
be defended from Paul Churchland’s criticisms of it?
The nature and status of Folk Psychology (FP) in philosophy circles is controversial. In this essay I shall begin by briefly defining what folk psychology is. Followed by an outline on eliminativism where some of the controversy lies. My main focus...
The Synthesis Question:
The synthesis question requires skills that are not much different from those already being taught in the process of research. Synthesis is the process of bringing together information from various sources to form something new. There will be two kinds of synthesis questions...
Analysis for “What does poetry communicate?” (Blackboard) September 10, 2014
Formal approach/ Explanatory (not overformalised)
Allegory: 1 to 1 correlation, replacement, and representation
Of the Cave
Explanatory Synthesis Essay
Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University
July 22, 2012
Explanatory Synthesis Essay – Draft 1
The ability to put others before oneself is a concept that a large majority of the world’s population cannot yet comprehend. Selflessness comes with a great...
I. Questions on Organization:
a. Does the essay have a coherent plan?
b. Is the plan followed out completely and logically?
c. Is the plan balanced, and does it serve the purpose of the essay?
d. Are the paragraphs within the essay well developed?
II. Questioning the Quality of Information:
This essay is about the Hepatocyte. This is a highly specialised cell in the liver and makes up around 70% of the cytoplasmic mass of the liver tissue. It is an epithelial cell with many different roles that each are essential too life. These roles are protein synthesis and storage, detoxification...
with the firm. Make sure
you describe the commercial activity of the firm. This can be part of the
introduction or a section in the main body of the essay.
Page 3 of 8
The references should include academic, web-based and professional
sources. In is important to show that you understand the limitations...
Should gays and lesbians have the same rights to adopt as heterosexuals? The laws of most states permit an unmarried person to be an adopted parent. However, many states have enacted laws limiting and in some cases prohibiting, lesbian and gay men from adopting. Adoption of children...
Essay 3: Explanatory Synthesis
Losing Their Bite: “Sharp-Dressed Men with Sharp Teeth”
From sinister villains, to friends and lovers; from seeking out human blood as their dinner, to only consuming the blood from animals as their diet; from bad smelling and not well groomed, to best dress metrosexuals—this...
Instructions and Worksheet for Writing a 5-Paragraph Essay
Step 1: Determine a Purpose for your Essay
The following are the most common purposes for essay-writing:
Narrative ~ an essay can narrate a sequence of events (i.e. the events surrounding the fall of man in the Garden of Eden; the events...
Write an argumentative essay based on the following topic:
Agree or disagree with the following statement:
The future status of English as the global language is assured.
Writing an argumentative essay requires especially careful planning. You should follow the steps:
Step 1 Clarify in your mind...
REGENTS ENGLISH 10 | RESEARCH & SYNTHESIS OVERVIEW Write a thesis paper about how one of the following texts reflects the era in which it was written: 1. A satirical essay from the Neoclassical Era: Jonathan Swift, “A Modest Proposal” (1729) 2. A pair of poems from the Romantic Era: William Blake...
infer, predict and draw conclusions; make necessary and accurate calculations and recognize the limitations and assumptions of data.
The ability to: combine component parts to form a new meaningful whole; make predictions and solve problems.
The ability to make...
The purpose of this paper is to give an explanatory synthesis to the 2007 article “ The Gradates by Louis Menand. “The Graduates” was about the hardships college students endure. According to Menand, attending...
Problematic Pack Rats
Whether we like it or not, everyone is a hoarder to a certain extent. Researchers suggest, the incentive to gather, supply and stockpile is principal to the human’s natural need to feel safe, secure and prepared. The resources for particular objects that...
Paper 2-Explanatory Synthesis
Obesity and the overall public health are becoming increasingly large problems America. Many people are split on ideas as to what is causing this health crisis. “Don’t Blame the Eater” by David Zinczenko, and “What You Eat Is Your Business” by Radley Balko are two essays...
Peter Skrzynecki – Immigrant Chronicle - NSW HSC Online
Jump to Synthesis of Skrzynecki poems and belonging prescription statements - Perceptions of belonging are shaped within personal, cultural, historical and social ...
Explanatory Synthesis Essay
Instructor: Jill Boyles
Red wine is a kind of favourite drinks in the world, it produced by red, blue or purple grapes. When people celebrate and making a toast to their friends, a cup of red wine is necessary and also it is...
longer an archeology of the ﬂeeting
and ephemeral, but its re-staging; not a secret history, but its disclosure, commented
on and framed by the explanatory discourse of an omnipresent narrator. How can one
measure the differences among an avant-garde performance, its secret history and its