My E-Portfolio

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Reading and writing have never been my strong suit. I have struggled in both ever since I can remember. Throughout the making of my e-portfolio, I revealed the growth I have made as a reader and a writer. It is a journey that has taken me a while to reach, but I have come a long way and feel like I am finally getting my wings to soar. Throughout the semester, the assignments have definitely varied in difficulty. However, I have learned just as much from the easier assignments as I have from the hard ones. These assignments include: daybook free writes, blogging, reading assignments, and peer review. I would have to say the “Dear Malcolm” letter was my favorite because I could write about myself, making this assignment feel less “work” …show more content…
We were instructed to create a blog and react to a video we just watched or an article we just read. At first, the blog sounded timely and like something of no interest to me. Now, I appreciate blogging and have come to really enjoy it. In all honesty, I will probably keep a blog in the future. It has definitely helped me become a more knowledgeable person. The reading and videos that we were assigned taught me valuable lessons, caught my eye, and showed me that I can be interested in a variety of things if I just look for …show more content…
However, I did not think it was. We did so much that built up to this assignment so I felt well prepared when it came time to do it. I did a lot of editing and organizing to make my paper presentable enough for my e-portfolio. The e-portfolio was probably one of the most tedious assignments this entire semester. I thought of it as bust work at first but once I got more and more of it done, I realized how cool it is that I can display all my work on my own webpage. I will say I spent numerous hours and stayed up late some nights to finish as much of it as I can, but now looking at it, I feel that my hard work really shows in this. I will definitely take what I have learned from UWRT 1103 into my future semesters here at UNCC. I learned that writing is a process and it takes time to master. I learned that reflecting on another person’s work can help me better my own writing. I also learned that peer review is very beneficial and critical in making progress. I am very thankful for having such a caring professor. Thank you, Malcolm, for taking your time to help your students better their writing and treating us all as equals, even when our writing does not compare to others. Hands down, you are the professor I appreciate the most. I feel like I have grown more in this one class than I have in all my other classes combined. Thank you for helping me grow in creativity,

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