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  • Malcolm Gladwell Outliers Critical Reflection

    This portfolio shows how I have grown as a reader and writer; enhancing my research skills and be able to convey them in my own words. As a reader, I was able to find the evidence I was looking for to support my argument. In my first writing, “Gladwell’s Missing Factor”, I was able to deeply analyze the theories Malcolm Gladwell wrote in his book, Outliers. As well as bring outside evidence of a current class I was enrolled. As a writer, I was able to construct strong arguments to capture my…

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  • Don T Tell Policy

    The Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy was enacted into law in 1993 until 2011. The official policy of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell was located at 10 U.S.C. § 654. The act dealt with homosexuality in the military. The act had three main provisions from which an individual serving in the military could be discharged. One of the provisions was that an individual in the military that was proven to have or attempted to engage in homosexual actions would have to be discharged. A second provision was that an…

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  • Reflective Essay: The Two Spheres Of My Writing

    The two spheres that have impacted my life the most are academic and personal. This is because I have spent the most time writing for myself and for essays and other school related pieces. Since I started school I have been writing for my classes. There hasn 't been a year that I haven 't written something. From Kindergarten where I used to draw a picture and describe it in two sentences, to High School where I wrote an essay almost every week, because of this I believe the academic sphere has…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Writing Journey Interpretation

    Writing Journey Interpretation To begin with after so long of reminiscing about all my compositions, I came to realize that writing is a journey where we all go through stages of obstacles, although this may be true, we also learn new ways to improve our own skills. Under the circumstances we live in one lifetime where time is measured unknowingly to us, therefore it is important for us to realize we just have one chance to learn as much as we can. With this in mind, when it comes to school is…

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  • Self Reflective Analysis

    dominant archive of the one is memory while that of the other is documents’’ (Quayson (Swindells, 1995, p. 86) this quote sums up how combining both memory’s and physical texts can inspire work to have a deeper more sentimental meaning. Beginning this process was rather challenging for me as when we all chose random items and created a collage. From this I struggled to gather…

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  • Federalist Text Analysis

    Even though I have not finished reading “The Federalist Paper,” I still learn a lot about the foundation of American government and also about myself as a learner during the process. I know that I am more of a visual learner than an auditory learner, but I usually get bored really quickly whenever I read a long text that is full of information or does not have any pictures or graphs. So instead of reading “The Federalist Paper” in one go, I break it down into sections and then use a highlighter…

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  • College Vs College Paper

    periods of time to write a single paper. However, in college things are very different. Almost every week in college I am required to write papers in several classes and finish the assignments in a short period of time. So learning about my writing process and how it works is very important to me. The first thing I do when I receive an assignment to write a paper is panic. In my stressed out state of mind, I attempt to write down everything the…

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  • Reflective Essay 'Driverless World, Closer Than You Think'

    My expectations coming into a college course were not scaled by the level of difficulty, rather the effectiveness of English 101. Especially, for a class that I must pay for would it be worth the time and money? As the class continued throughout the year I realized my skills as a writer and for academic writing improved, I found what I need extra practice on, as well as what I would like more out of the class in the future. As a college course, I expected for there to be mostly essays and…

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  • Analysis Of My Son The Fanatic

    English Studies 178 Group Tutorial: Writing Tutorial – Topic Analysis Name: Taydren van Vuren Student Number: 20801351 Tutor: Danie Stader Essay 1: “My Son the Fanatic”, Hanif Kureishi Critically analyse the relationship between Kureishi’s characterisation of Parvez and the notion of belonging in “My Son the Fanatic.” In your essay, consider the manner in which the belongings are used to comment on the meaning of belonging. The representation of characters in novels or short stories and…

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  • Reflection On Examination In Homer's 'Odysseus'

    Reflection on exam I am not adept at writing, hence, generally speaking, writing essays gives me anxiety. So when the time is not unlimited, and factoring in my inability to clearly express my thoughts on paper, I am unable to perform my best. Perhaps my major problem is my anxiety, as I often skim quickly over passages and immediately get stuck on small specifics that I pick up at first glance when feeling pressured. I really strive to write scholarly literary analyses and I feel disappointed…

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