Comp 110 Reflection

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Entering into Comp 110, I had no clue what I was getting myself into. Over the past three years in high school, I have done fairly well in my Communication Art classes. I received good grades and had an understanding of the material being taught. Comp 110 was a completely different story, though. I knew it was going to be difficult because it was a college level class, but I didn't know how stressful it truly would be. I have written more essays in this class than all of my past classes throughout high school combined. The amount of work was definitely overwhelming, but this class has taught me so much when it comes to writing. Because of this class, I have learned the importance of standard English, I have learned that revision is a crucial tool when it comes to writing, and I have learned that to be able to receive the grade I want, I must set goals to achieve that. To begin with, Comp 110 has taught that the use of standard English is critical to effective writing. I believed I had a good understanding of the basic rules for standard English. My past teachers never addressed any problems with that aspect of my writing, so naturally I felt I had a good understanding of it. However, that changed when Mrs.Kelley had a meeting with me about my diagnostic essay. She informed me that my biggest problem with my writing was my use of commas. I was forgetting them or using them in …show more content…
I did not expect to learn as much as I did. It has taught me that standard English is important, revision is a beneficial tool to use, and setting goals will help me achieve the grade I want. Although this class was an enormous weight on my shoulders throughout the whole semester, I am elated I took this class. I have never learned as much as I did in Comp 110 then in any of my other Communication Art classes throughout my high school career. For Comp 210, I expect to use all of this useful information to excel in everything the class has to

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