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Appendix E - was about here The third paragraph is the...

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Appendix E Summary, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation The four types of writing are evaluation, summary, synthesis, and analysis. The key differences between them are as follows: paragraph one is an evaluation, which is your informed judgment and supported judgment. You are basically telling why or why not you enjoyed reading the paragraph. The second paragraph is a summary. This is when you briefly restate the main points of the piece you read into you’re your own words; so you’re essentially telling what the story
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Unformatted text preview: was about here. The third paragraph is the synthesis because it brings together different sources of information to make a new point. Here you can relate the effect that the paragraph had on you to something else. Lastly, paragraph four is the analysis because here is where the structure of the argument was made. This is also where you thoroughly examine something to understand its parts, and the ways that they work together with one another....
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