Synthesis Thesis

Decent Essays
1. Identify your thesis statement. How can it be more clear and/or specific? If you don’t have a thesis, identify a common thread or idea between the two assigned readings and create one. Remember, a synthesis is not a compare & contrast essay.
Thesis: “Therefore, the food industry uses strategies of designing “healthier” fortified foods and designing the layout to place products as many as possible in the supermarkets because these strategies can help increase profits through stimulating consumers to more food in larger size frequently.” It can be more clear by presenting specific reasons.
2. Do you offer an interesting introduction that introduces your thesis, as well as the articles you’re synthesizing? What elements of the introduction are particularly effective? Which need more work?
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The effective elements of the introduction are the illustration of the food industry. The introduction of the two articles needs more work. I need to make it more clear.
3. Do you summarize the parts of the original articles that are directly related to their synthesis? If not, make note of which parts of the synthesis would benefit from such a summary. If so, make sure that the summary is objective when it needs to be and cited properly when necessary.
I summarize the parts of the original parts. For the article “Go Forth and Fortify”, I summarized the part of” the necessity of adding amounts of vitamins and minerals in the food and beverage” and “the effectiveness of fortification in improving health.” For the article “The Supermarket: Prime Real Estate,” I summarized the part of “the tactics behind the layout of the store and the product placement.” The summary is objective.
4. How is the synthesis organized? Is the logic of the synthesis clear and easy to
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