Reflective Essay: Course Analysis

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The semester is almost over now. I took Composition and rhetoric, obviously, because it is a compulsory course, but further than that I was truly excited to see what it could offer. English has always been my passion and a language I wanted to learn to perfection. I am glad to say that this course did not disappoint; it has been a class that helped me improved my writing abilities, as much as my comprehension skills. Whenever we desire to learn a new language it can be challenging, putting our thoughts and ideas in paper is complicated and even more when you do not do it in your mother tongue. We still make common mistakes, which you will probably notice even in this essay. That is why we should have a class like this one, where we can acknowledge …show more content…
After reading the book: Everyone’s An Author, which is used for the class. I understood that it was much more than that. Understanding the rhetorical situation really opened my eyes and mind while writing. Questioning the purpose, context, stance, and audience was never my first thought while writing and it would never have been if not for this class. Once you had broken down each one of these topics, it is so much easier to write properly and to achieve your goal and purpose. Thus this is something I will carry out for the rest of my assignments in every class whether it is in English or …show more content…
The class is filled with handy tips on improving the essays, and if we listen to them carefully we will obtain considerable results. Revising is a vital part of every writer, even if you are a professional writer, to detect mistakes made while writing. Likewise, connectors like transitions are used to make the text flows easily to help readers’ comprehension. Besides, meditate and think about our rhetorical situation is important to deliver a work that has a clear position and purpose while considering the demands of the audience. If this course was not an obligatory class, I would recommend everyone to take it. In the end as Ray Bradbury said: “you only fail if you stop

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