Reflective Writing Project 2

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I am writing my reflective cover letter in response to writing project two. As I start to writing this reflective paper I notice that I have grown a bit in writing. Writing have never been my strong side because there are many things to consider when you write. Such as grammar, context and what form of tense are you talking in. When I write, I do make sure to stay within the form of tense that I am using then I’ll go back and fix any grammar or misspelling that I did not catch the first round. What I like to do first is free write my thoughts about a topic or idea on paper first because sometimes it is hard for me to write what I want to write into context. After the free write I would go back and make a sense out of it to make sure it sounds …show more content…
After receiving writing project two, it was a bit complicated for me to write about how can the bonds that he forms can help him grow and mature or why is it important and necessary. When I thought of something and free write it, I find it hard for myself to exactly put what I want to write in a form that would make sense with my paper. I couldn’t get my thought across if I try to make it sound good and not just a free write. I often thought, “what if my professor doesn’t get or did I answer her question write about this area?” As I was revising writing two, I put a lot of thoughts down and try to answer in a way that makes sense to the feedback that was given. It truly made me think about the whole paper as I was rewriting and fixing the paper as I was reading back what I previously wrote for feedback. At some point, I went back to look at project writing one and how I wrote it. I can tell that what I wrote here and there did not sound the same and I somehow felt writing two sounds weird. After rereading and rewriting what I want to explain, I made sure it makes sense and connects. The feedback was an eye opener to what I missed to include and to make sure the reader understands what I meant to say. It also made sure that I, as the writer understood what I wrote and how it can make me to become a better writer as I think about these …show more content…
I loved the feedback section because this is how I can improve as a writer. I use to think that the more marks that I get was because I was not a good writer, however, seeing these feedbacks helped me write a better paper. Although, I don’t think that project writing two is at a full potential, I did the best of what I can do. In writing these project, I can see that I need more improvement however, improving little by little is better than not improving at all. I figure for myself, writing will always be a challenge that I need to work on nevertheless, it is not something I hate because writing can be creative in many different ways and it can be as fun, sad and adventuress to anyone who choose to

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