A review/synthesis is a text that combines theories with existing realities (personal or otherwise) to suggest solutions or reflect on conditions.

To write an effective review/synthesis, the following elements must be present:

  • The use of the information/ideas in HLAL, Chapter 2, a scholarly article, and your personal experience for this synthesis.
  • The question of interest: What are the differences between first and second language learning in relation to characteristics and learning conditions of the SL learner (existing theories in relation to you)?
  • Writing pattern in the body paragraph: from theory to personal example (theory + transition + personal example)

Your synthesis must meet the following criteria. You need to:

  • Create a three paragraph synthesis of the 3 or more sources in response to the research question
  • be sure to use a variety of sentence types
  • Write 600 – 800 (+/-30 words), not including in-text citations and references, and list the word count on your title page
  • Provide a similarity percent on your title page
  • Use in-text citations for your 3 (or more) sources
  • Provide a references page for your 3 (or more) sources
  • Double space your writing
  • Use 12-point font
  • Proofread carefully
  • Use proper APA formatting, or the style that you use in your discipline, including a title page and page numbers

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