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  • Embrace Your Kinks And Your Curls By Jerone Hunkins

    Jerone Hunkins, a first year student, attends the University of St. Martin and is currently obtaining an Associate’s Degree in General Liberal Arts. In the English Composition II course, she has learnt how to write various essays such as the Beliefs and Values, Argumentative, Art Critique Essay. She learned when it is appropriate to be objective and subjective, how to write an essay without using personal pronouns and how to critique her peer’s essay bearing in mind that people have different…

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  • Compare And Contrast Oryx And Crake

    The peer review I received prompted me to rethink and revise the arguments I make in my essay. The reviewer didn’t find anything inherently wrong with my arguments, she just advised I could maybe expand on some of the evidence I used to support my claims. I took her advice and tried to elaborate on my ideas in hopes of better supporting my essay. Essay 2 Margaret Atwood uses Oryx and Crake to illustrate the horrifying future of what society can turn into if we continue to ignore the planet’s…

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  • English 1022 Reflection

    In this paper I will divulge how I “have achieved the goals of the course.” The goals of this course, English 1020, were to attain the learning outcomes of research, reading, writing, and reflection, in order to further better ourselves as writers, but also to prepare us for future writing situations. Projects such as the rhetorical analysis, the research argumentative essay, the social media project, the reflections, as well as this current reflective essay were centered around these learning…

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  • My Reflective Essay On My English Class

    English has always been one of my least favorite subjects in life. In high school, I thought I was a descent writer because I passed my proficiency within my first try. But my first year in college I realized I suck at writing essay. What I thought I knew was far from what I needed to know to write a good standard college paper. This semester I took my second college English class, and I feel more confidence in writing. As I Reflecting to what I have achieve within my English 102 class I can say…

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  • Racial Discrimination In Denny's Restaurant

    Just like every Saturday afternoon, my mother and I went to a Friendly’s after recreational baseball games. Unlike getting our normal outgoing, spontaneous, comradely waitress, my mother and I got a rude, crude elderly Caucasian women as our server. That day was the last day I ever stepped foot inside of a Friendly’s restaurant. We received the worst service that you could ever imagine. My mother and I had been treated as if we were second-class citizens and the thought of that experience makes…

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  • Reflective Essay About My Writing Process

    I believe my writing process has improved over the last 4 months. Through both English 105 and English 106 I have greatly improved my writing ability starting with the “freewriting” process that allows me to get everything I am thinking down on paper in broad strokes. I usually try to do this at least twice during the first part of the weekly assignments. Once I feel I have focused my core message, I usually outline how I want the writing to transition, and what are the reasons or beliefs that…

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  • Myself As A Writer: A Personal Analysis

    There is a journalistic feel to picking through academic writing and other sources in order to find what I need to further my own work. The entire process has truly grown on me; from deciding on a topic which piques my interest, to gathering information, to drafting my beliefs — whether they are in agreement or refute current findings and opinions. I’ve found that reading more intelligently…

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  • Final Reflection Of My Writing

    ENGL-2311 Online, Final Reflection Essay Writing, to me, is an essential part of who I am. I identify myself as a writer, albeit not a published author. Writing is a creative outlet for me, a way in which I can express myself with far greater eloquence than I am able when I speak. Words are my dance routine, my concerto, my ballad, my art. I went into this Technical Writing course expecting to learn how to express myself through other means, such as charts, graphs, PowerPoint and the like.…

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  • Where The Red Corn Grows Theme Essay

    Novel Theme Essay “If you want something you’ve never had, then you’ve got to do something you’ve never done.” When the author said this, what they really meant was that if you want something, you have to do something that you haven't ever tried to do before. A theme that has held strongly throughout the whole book so far is that you need to work hard for what you want. There were multiple times in the book where Billy got knocked down from going for what he wants but he got back up every…

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  • Reflective Essay On The Book Thief

    Loran Rolfe 12.2 2 February 2018 Mrs Klopper English Reflective essay Final draft The Words That Form Us Book have the ability to change the world. They reflect the very nature of humans desire to learn more, feel more and discover more. As the world heads further and further away from appreciating the power of words and the beauty that is encapsulated by poetry and novels, books have become forgotten and undervalued. It's important to remember that there is beauty in the words, if we look…

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