A synthesis paper

In each of these assignments, students should put together a paper that summarizes, blends, harmonizes, and or integrates their reading assignments for this course in a way meaningful to them. This is different from reflective papers that might exhibit informal opinions. Synthesis papers give students the opportunity to express that they have thought deeply about, understand, and can apply what they have read. Synthesis papers have to contain sufficient citations from your readings. For Synthesis paper 1, students should consider all reading assignments to that point. For Synthesis paper 2, students should consider all reading assignments from Synthesis Paper 1 due date to Synthesis paper 2 due date. Each of these papers should be six (6) to eight (8) pages (excluding title and reference pages; abstracts are not necessary), and written in APA 7th format.