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First edit my Rough Draft this is Erin comment Good rough draft, but I would take out the specific mention of Weissmann in your thesis. Your thesis needs to be an overall argument that you can use all three sources to support. -Your topic sentence should mention the argument you are making, not the sources. Your topic sentence also needs to connect back to the thesis. -Some of your paragraphs are great and you make a good argument. But, other paragraphs seem to be more a summary of the three articles. When thinking about this assignment, think about that you are making an argument about some aspect of college. Then, you use the three articles to support whatever points you are making. The three articles (McArdle, Rose, and Weissmann) are your evidence. -You are making a main point and then adding in quotes from the three articles to support YOUR argument. This is your argument!!! -Make your point in the paragraph and bring in the articles to support your point. this is Rachel comment INTRODUCTION: The intro of a synthesis paper is a great place to introduce the assigned readings in the paper and give a bit of context about them. Our prompt for this essay states that our audience is the professor/students that are familiar with the topic and readings, so you will not need to give a lot of context but at least mentioning the authors and full titles of the articles is a good idea. It could be helpful to mention all of the author’s main point from their essay and/or their overall outlook on college. >THESIS: I am having trouble identifying a thesis for your paper. This seems to be because there is not a specific argument throughout your paper that can be put into that thesis. It seems that throughout your paper, you are trying to answer all of the questions on the prompt. This can actually make this paper more challenging than it should be. I want to encourage you to think about your own opinion on college and the value of it after reading these articles. What do you think? That should be the main point of this paper. You need to narrow down your own opinion of college and its value and support it with main points. For example, focusing on question #1 from the prompt, your thesis could be “After reading these articles, I think that college has a high value because _____, _____, and ______.” That leads me to the synthesis portion… >SYNTHESIS: Once you have established the specific, main supports to your argument about college education, you should then look through the assigned readings to find your in-text supports. If you are discussing how having a college education will get you a job easier, you should find where the authors say something in support of you. Each of your points should be supported by at least 2 of the authors. You want to find these commonalities between the authors so that you can use them in synthesis. >OVERALL: You have a good understanding of what each author is saying in their articles, and you have incorporated in-text support pretty well. Now, you need to establish your own argument as the main part of this paper, develop a stronger, more specific theisis, and use these author’s points to back up your own points! Second: Look over the student comments on your rough draft. List the overall comments and suggestions that you received, and identify those that you will use in revising your draft and any that you disagree with or do not understand. Look over the comments Erin made on your rough draft. What revisions did you make based on those comments? Evaluate your workshop experience, including what worked well and what could be improved. If you didn’t participate in the peer-review workshop, reflect on your revision process or how you figured out what to improve.

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