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English 120 Workshop: Synthesis

CSI

Analyzing the Evidence: Proving the evidence collected and methods used to recover evidence was legal and untainted; later use for testifying in court

Organization & Synthesis

Organization – recognizing what aspects of an argument, problem, or topic are most and least important and so arranging the parts through one’s thinking.

Putting the pieces back together in an informed and organized way; solving a problem; rearticulating the importance of an argument. Organized, in your head, thinking. Solved argument is organized.

Synthesis – putting the pieces back together in an informed and organized way; solving a problem; understanding the import of an argument; bringing parts, transformed by inquiry, into a new relation with each other.

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