Personal Narrative: Failing My English Class

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We all have difficult journeys to go through, but how you handle them reveals who you truly are. As I have moved in literacy, I have faced some struggles, such as failing my standardized test and failing my English class. I have never been a good writer, which I know that, but I also have improved over the years.
I have never tried to be a literate person, but when I entered my senior year I knew I had to do something different. When I read these passages, I thought about the odds that these people faced and how they never gave up. For example, Helen Keller was blind and deaf, but she was determined to learn how to communicate with others. I see the importance of being literate person; therefore, I am determined to do what I need to do in order to help me.
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When I was in middle school, I was the one student who never worried about learning. I was your average Middle school student, who never cared to do my assignments, but expected to pass and get good grades. When it came to standardized tests, I expected to do well; however, I did not give the effort or even pay attention during class throughout the whole year.
English has been one of my worst subjects, because I never wanted to do what was needed or the class work. For example, when we had to do papers for my first year in English, I would always procrastinate. This resulted in me getting a horrendous grade. I would usually get upset, but know that I envision that in my head. I recognize that it was all my fault.
I have hated English Language Arts, because I knew I was not good at writing. For example, when we had to write on a certain topic I would always get off the topic. I would start talking about other things rather than stick to the topic. Now I am more aware of what I should write about. I work hard to stick to the

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