Reflective Essay: My Vocabulary

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Throughout this semester, I started my essays by writing down ideas then putting them together to make one statement/argument. Writing these essays have showed me that practice makes perfect. Even though my writing skill are not perfect, writing everyday has improved my vocabulary. Most of the writing this semester was very personal in my opinion. One of the assignment was to write about I time in life that made you change is some way. It could not be sad or to personal like rape or other serious things, but it had to be a true story about something that happened or that you experienced that made you change your views or perspective of life. Writing this short write made me consider some of the word choices I would you I my everyday life that I could not use in the short write. Writing helped my vocabulary tremendously. I advanced toward then end of the semester but I began to lack the proper way to format my essays. …show more content…
For example I found that Essay 1 was easier to writer rather than the Midterm questions. Even though I feel this way I know that these questions will help me later on, when I’m brainstorming for another writing assignment. Most of my research I used when writing comes for the text book or words that I think the author points out when reading a narrative. The narratives this semester were rather short and I enjoyed most of them. Conducting my thought processes after I read a narrative was very helpful for me during this semester. I would sometimes forget what the purpose or point of a narrative. For example, the comic in which we read this semester was kind of confusing. I had to read the cartoon comic twice. It was very hard for me to find the real meaning of the comic. After I wrote down many of my suggestions about the comic I understood her meaning in a whole new way. It was not just about the book, but the exposure to books at a young

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