Professor’s name Student’s name Course Date of submission Reflective Writer's Memo - Synthesis Essay for ENGL 101T In the recent research as comprehensively elaborated in Stephanie Soechtig’s documentary “Fed Up” and the article by Huffington Post Cholesterol and fat content are not the culprits unlike sugar for the problem that the world is facing with the obesity epidemic are a few I like to I could especially on the final paper draft. Therefore I do not think that I could edit any material already written maybe add some more; but that could exceed the required capacity. Moreover my work touches all the aspects required in the rubric. Therefore I am confident that the professor will award the work a deserving grade at best A and worst B. [...]
Paragraph 1: Copy and paste your thesis statement from the Synthesis Essay, and then summarize your essay in 2-3 sentences. Paragraph 2: How did you decide what aspects of the film and the article to discuss in your essay? Why were you interested in those topics? Paragraph 3: What changes did you make between your partial draft and your full-length draft? Paragraph 4: Your instructor in ENGL 101T (as well as me, your instructor in ENGL 099) likely discussed the difference between summarizing and synthesizing. Do you feel that you met this requirement? Was it challenging for you? Why or why not? Paragraph 5: What could you improve in this draft? If you have already received feedback and a grade from your ENGL 101T instructor on the full-length Synthesis Essay, are you satisfied with your submission? Why or why not? If you haven't yet received feedback and a grade from your ENGL 101T instructor on the full-length Synthesis Essay, look back at the Synthesis Essay assignment sheet and/or rubric for your ENGL 101T class. Did you meet all of the objectives or requirements? Based on your adherence to the requirements, what grade do you hope to earn on the essay?