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  • Reflection On My Writing Class

    This summer I decided to take two courses at Western Piedmont Community College, so I could get ahead on my work. One of those classes was English 111. I was hesitant when beginning this class due to the fact that English has never been one of my strong suits. While I know exactly what I want to say, I’m not always able put it into the correct format. This was my biggest struggle when beginning this course. However now as I am working on my last assignment, I realize that this class has impacted…

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  • Comp 110 Reflection

    Entering into Comp 110, I had no clue what I was getting myself into. Over the past three years in high school, I have done fairly well in my Communication Art classes. I received good grades and had an understanding of the material being taught. Comp 110 was a completely different story, though. I knew it was going to be difficult because it was a college level class, but I didn't know how stressful it truly would be. I have written more essays in this class than all of my past classes…

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  • Part-Time Indian Reflection

    What new skills did you gain? As I worked on my ISP throughout this course, I used note taking skills, I used prior knowledge and I also made sure to read the title of each chapter to predict what was going to happen. Firstly, I believe that I was able to improve on my note taking skills because since I already had a thesis in mind, I was able to find the most important events and quotes prove my statement. This also allowed me to take relevant and focused notes. Secondly, by using information…

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  • Essay On The Unredeemed Captive

    The Unredeemed Captive Based during the 1704 Deerfield massacre, a brutal fight between the French and Native Americans The Unreedemed Captive is about a family whom were captured by the Indians. The author John Demos has a rather unique sense of writing that is very compelling and very unique. John Demo’s style of writing requires critical thinking and a lot of analyzing. Throughtout this paper I will discuss the author’s methods of writing, the wrtiting’s overall effect, his arguememnt, and…

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  • Scholarly Rhetorical Analysis

    I personally really liked this workshop that we did in class and I think it should be added to the schedule for future assignments. Reading the sample essays as a class and breaking them a part piece by piece made it easier to understand what you are looking for in our Scholarly Rhetorical Analysis. I was able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each paper. But I also heard new opinions from peers that I overlooked when reading it by myself. I think that was the most beneficial to me…

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  • Reflective Essay In Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird

    Throughout my high school career I have worked on many essays. I have, over the past four years, improved in a variety of ways. I have not only improved in my English writings, but also in my social studies, science and art writings. Also, I have become more efficient in my grammatical and my structural skills as well. Throughout high school I have improved my writing through class warmups to standardized tests. I have also learned and demonstrated that I am capable of producing well written…

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  • Reflective Essay: Personal Experience With Writing

    Stacy Odigie Professor Robinson English 1301 WC1 12/14/15 Personal Experience with Writing Writing is a defined as an activity or skill of marking coherent words on paper and composing text. Writing can be a expression of your individuality; you have the power to express what you feel and how you feel on paper with the power to motivate, inspire, and impact someone's life. Most students may say over the years they have developed good writing skills.Others may not. My experience with…

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  • Reflective Essay: How To Improve My Writing Style

    Keep Writing Simple: Until recently, I was sure academic writing needed to be complex. I thought students who used big words and wrote long sentences appeared intelligent; however, that is incorrect (Grellier & Goerke, 2014). Since studying as an undergraduate, I have learned that formal writing requires a clear message with references that support ideas. I must apply the following principles to improve the quality of my writing. Firstly, cliches need to be eliminated. Grellier and Goerke (2014)…

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  • Lorrie Moore's How To Become A Writer

    In the past and present, students are taught the basic structure of a story: the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. This has influenced what a typical student may expect in a short story; however, many experimental and contemporary writers tend to divert from the traditional structure of short stories by restraining from a chronological plot. Lorrie Moore, also referred to as an contemporary writer born in 1957, in Glens Falls, New York, reflects this style in "…

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  • Essay On My English Writing Experience

    When I started writing this journal, every class I had ever learned about English writing shuffled through my mind like flashcards. From a very early age, I think, could well be the grade of 7th or 8th, I naturally started writing in English. At the beginning of my English writing experience, I read the books chosen by my English teacher carefully, and I tried to generate all the sentences precisely because I deserved to learn more about a different language. I thought I was going to improve my…

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