My Struggle In Reading And Writing
It is very difficult for me to write analytically, due to only writing persuasively in high school, and this paper forced me to write in a new way. Although it was unusual and difficult to write that way, I tried my best to meet the requirements and did as much with the prompt as I could.
The assignment that I am most proud of is the second writing project. The first essay was difficult because I wasn’t particularly interested in the topic; but the second essay really piqued my interest. As I stated previously, I write my best work when I am really fascinated in the topic and care deeply for the funding of Planned Parenthood. I feel that my interest in the topic really helped improve my writing and I believe it is one of the best papers I have ever written. Throughout this semester, I have noticed a significant change in my writing, researching, and composing habits. While writing the papers for this class, I spent a lot …show more content…
I used to think the only good way to write a sentence was to make sure it was long and full of detail, but through peer review, I learned the beauty of a simple sentence. I realized that you don’t need to write a long complex sentence to make a statement; and that a short, simple sentence can provide even more of an impact on the reader than a long sentence. I also discovered that my strength in writing essays is to ensure that I choose a subject I am passionate about the topic. All of my best writing stems from topics that matter a lot to me and are important for me to talk about. I’ve found out that the most difficult part for me is thoroughly explaining my thought. Sometimes when I write, I just write down what I am think of in that moment and I don’t know how to make the sentences flow together and sound clear. To address this challenge in future writing projects, I’m going to free-write on a separate paper. Then, after using the free-writing method, I will connect the dots by writing linking the different ideas, and then I will put the sentences in a logical order to maintain the sentence