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    unknown land and were required to do labor against their wills. They were beaten, sold, looked down upon as if they were not human, just because of the complexion of their skins. There were numerous people of African descent that were actually considered free in the U.S. They were still kidnapped and put to slavery. One of those people was Solomon Northup. However, even with slavery many African people accomplished great things…

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    had a good experience with English due to good teacher, books, and free writing. My teachers in the past have made my experience with English more enjoyable in many ways. For instance, my teacher Mr. Maloney was very…

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    for no reason but to set an example. Freedom allowed the slaves to escape this brutality and start a new life. Frederick Douglass had to go through several hardships in order to escape, but on September 3, 1838, Frederick Douglass became physically free. Frederick Douglass met many people while he was moving around from slave owners, and…

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    read “Shitty First Drafts” by Anne Lamott, which caught my attention from its title. I wondered why is it called “shitty.” Anne Lamott explained how important it is to write shitty drafts before your writing becomes better. I thought to myself, I usually get B’s and C’s on my essays and Lamott says to become a good writer you must write shitty drafts first then why don 't I do that? “Shitty First Drafts" by Anne Lamott states everybody should write shitty first drafts to make their writing…

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    I has been intriguing and a class that I always enjoyed going to. I enjoyed having a free write journal and answering prompts almost every day. I believe that it is a good way to practice my writing and get my brain flowing before class. I enjoyed writing the prompt when we got to describe something normal in a very stretched out and detailed way. It helped me to better use descriptive words. Doing the free write journals also helped me to try and meet length requirements, which is something I…

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    initializing a technology free week is not beneficial, as it made learning challenging. It is onerous going technology free for one week at school. I am not used to writing down my homework from the board because all the assignments are always posted on Edmodo. Writing down my homework was arduous because I have not done it for several years, so it does not a habitual activity. Furthermore, when I write down my homework, I ordinarily loose the sheet of paper on which I write the homework down…

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    freestyle than structured, I always remember to include proper grammar and punctuation. Even with my lack of knowledge and skill in writing, the journaling approach is best for me since I am a beginner writer. While journaling majority of it is free speech used in ways to note my perspective on current situations and writing it helps to better analyze my ideal reaction to these things. As I write in my journal, there is a sense of critical thinking on or about the ideas that I have and as…

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    Some people think that the ability to read and write more important today than in the past. Others do not think so. In my view, I agree that the ability to read and write became more important nowadays, for these two important reasons. First, reading and writing skills help people find a better job. This is important to help people have better lives. For example, my friend, John, did not study at the school. So, he did not learn how to read or write. That made him work as a waiter at a Burger…

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    Everyone learns in their own unique way; whether it is visual, aural, kinesthetic, or read/write applies to each individual person. Sometimes though they get crossed over and multiple preferences can apply to one person. That event would be called multimodal learning. In specific my learning preference is multimodal with a proclivity for aural and read/write. For this scenario much of my learning can be accrued from many sources, but I happen to work best with activities that have the presenter…

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    According to Frederick Douglass in the essay Learning to Read and Write, he describes how he learned to read and write as a slave. While he lives in the mistress house for seven years, he was a slave in that house. He didn't have any opportunity to go to school or to get any education but the mistress in the house helped him and taught him the alphabet. Later Douglass master stopped his wife to teaching him. Douglass did not make himself stand helplessly and he found another way to learn. He…

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