(Citing information is the article “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” by Nicholas Carr. It is in the textbook The Norton Field Guide to Writing by Richard Bullock, Maureen Daly Goggin, and Francine Weinberg, pages 789-802)
Purpose: A synthesis essay requires you to incorporate multiple sources into an argumentative essay. The essay will display your ability to put those sources into conversation with one another and articulate the nuances of this conversation while drawing your own conclusions.
Directions: Your task is to argue whether or not, as Nicholas Carr asserts, reading on the Internet is making us less intelligent. You can address this argument from various angles, just as our examples do: Is our reading comprehension suffering or benefiting from reading online? Are we suffering a decline in our memory capacities? What effects does our digital world have on our overall cognitive functions? Are we becoming bionic?
You do not have to answer all of these questions, specifically. These are starter questions. You must respond to the writers making arguments about our digital habits, particularly with regards to cognition.
You must have a precise thesis that is developed throughout the essay, and you must address the possible counterarguments to your thesis reasonable people might present.You may also bring in outside sources if you desire.
You must incorporate a minimum of three direct references (quotes/paraphrase/summary) from your source material. You must use at least three sources.
Sarah Dzubay’s essay on vaccines is an excellent example of a synthesis essay.
What I’ll look for when grading:
—Precise thesis developed by clear reasoning grounded in specific evidence
—Coherent and cohesive paragraphs
—Concise sentences free from grammar and punctuation errors
—Logical transitions between paragraphs
—Accurate interpretation and incorporation of source texts
—MLA format, including proper in-text citations and a works cited page
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