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  • Essay On Being A Cripple

    After reading a few essays by three different groups of people: The Doctors, the Nurses and the Patients. People hold different styles in almost every aspect in life such as types of music, clothing, colors, books, and films. So when it comes to different writing styles, then one can agree with that also. One just never thinks about it and with people having what they think is “good’ personal writing. Good personal Writing should include humor, graphic details, things I can relate to, and not…

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  • Argumentative Essay Tobacco

    After rereading my past argumentative essay, I noticed key grammatical and structural errors that, if fixed, could assist me in the future. This argumentative essay lacked a strong thesis, reliable sources, and a sense of order of importance. The argument was to push the United States to make the silent killer, better known as tobacco, illegal. The essay reflected on key factors that were in favor of banning tobacco. After my grandmother died of lung cancer, I began to become an activist in the…

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  • Steps In Writing An Essay

    Writing an essay can be very challenging and difficult but it’s a necessary skill to have not only in college but also in the real world. But there are steps you can take to relieve the stress and challenge of writing an essay. The first step is to think about what you are being asked. Then the next step is to create your draft then the final step is to revise and rewrite your essay. By following these steps you should be able to write a well-organized and detailed essay. Step one in…

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  • Eng1020 Reflection Essay

    I achieved this with my reflective essay. In the reflective essay, I reviewed my work throughout the semester. I explained how my different writing pieces and satisfy all four learning objectives of the course and reflected upon how I can improve and can use what I learned in the future. Additionally…

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  • Reflection Of My Essay

    Over the course of the year, I have definitely grown as a writer. At the beginning of the year my essay grades were extremely inconsistent. I did well on some essays but horrible on others. It was like shooting a basketball in the dark and hoping to make it. I focused on writing four paragraph essays --when it should have been five-- because I feared running out of time or writing unsatisfactory body essays. However, Mr. Koetzner worked with me to help make my work more concise and thus save…

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  • Process Reflective Essay

    Viewing the past four essays shows the progress and decline of my writing style, and structure. The four essays that were required by the class varied from the best to the worst, both having their similarities and differences. Choosing two out of the four essays, I came to a conclusion that the “process analysis” essay was the best, and the worst essay was the “descriptive” essay. Although it varied from their definitions and structure, the essay’s showed how much the writer, put their work into…

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  • Thesis Statement Essay

    my goal was to work on my thesis statements. For my second essay this semester my thesis statement was “if he…

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  • Reflective Essay On Metacognition

    to be a very important tool for processing essays. Not only that, the process of defining the word “metacognition”, always managed to stir-up a good educated confabulation. Most importantly, this course has given a lot of confidence in my writing process. I learned how helpful, for me, it can be to begin your writing with a thesis. Specifically, starting with a thesis gives me room to bend, yet stay on track with my essays. Staying focused on the essays topic has been a bit of a weakness for me.…

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  • Abortion Reflective Essay

    the importance of this learning outcome. I chose to focus on this particular learning outcome because it was the most difficult essay for me to create. While writing this essay it was difficult for me to understand and reciprocate the opposing viewpoint. Understanding an unfamiliar idea and giving ideas for or against a topic is key to creating a fluent argumentative essay. It must collaborate your own ideas along with viewpoints that you have researched in a concise manner. The application of…

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  • My Exploratory Essay

    One example of my collaboration work was on my Exploratory Essay. My partner Malika and I discussed different ways to help strengthen my thesis. She helped me grammatically and helped me specify the idea I was in fact, trying to portray through my thesis and body paragraphs. She stated possibilite confusion in one of my paragraphs that lacked proper connection back to the thesis and topic sentence. In my outline, I was able identify who were created The Primer, why they created The Primer and…

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