Writing is an activity I do to get problems or ideas out of my head and into a physical state. After writing an idea down, I find I am more confident in my words and actions. I feel that writing has kept me from losing my mind to a battle with chaos. Writing has kept me rooted in real life as well as my imagination. Just like anything else writing requires a bit of skill, time, patience, the correct process and the correct environment.
My writing and reading process generally varies depending on its purpose. For class assignments, I mostly do my work in an environment similar to my class room. For example, I would work at a desk and begin with reviewing the assignment or prompt several times before I begin. When it comes to writing, I would often place my prompt at the beginning of my paper and I begin a series of brainstorms with bullet points under. Throughout my working process, I often come back to the top to refer to my prompt and my original ideas to compare my work and review if I am following through with it.
In English 100 we have written multiple types of papers and we have learned many new writing skills and strategies and ways to make our papers meet the collegian standard. English has always been one of my favorite subjects, I love writing papers and seeing the final copy and getting a good grade. However, English 100 has improved my writing skills in many different ways, I’ve seen the most growth in my grammatical skills. I’ve improved on how I use the same “types, endings” of words in sentences. Although, there is always room for improvement.
Writing has been around for centuries; writing gives us the ability to say what we want others to know by merely using words. Throughout history many styles of writing have been developed and different styles can make the reader feel excited, scared, sad and or even left hanging onto the edge of their seat. Everyone has their own style of writing; from the touching scripts written by William Shakespeare. To Plato the great ancient philosopher in Greece who founded the Academy of Athens. These are just some examples of how writing has impacted us and why it is so important.
In my opinion I haven 't changed that much. I feel that I have become more mature in life in general and in my writing and language. I also think that my personality has changed a little but not very much. I have tried to start helping people more were at the beginning of the year I didn 't help very many people because I didn 't know very many people. I have also improved a lot.
My feelings toward writing aren 't good nor bad. Writing is something i have had difficulty with in my past. I have no problem brainstorming ideas on what topics to write my assignments on, even if i am given a prompt, but I do have difficulty with sitting down and planning my work. I always find myself getting stuck. So I almost never take the time out to plan out my ideas i come up with.
I’m not very good at writing. This paper that you're reading right now was a struggle for me to think of it. If I really try and work and keep brainstorming I can write a great paper, but it takes me forever. I’m not a writer. I hate writing.
Brainstorming, writing an outline, writing the body, creating a title—there are numerous steps one can use in the writing process! This paper will discuss the writing process I use personally. When I write a paper, I follow four main steps: brainstorming, writing a rough draft, revising, and composing a final draft. Writing a paper can be a daunting task; therefore, when I write, the first thing I do is brainstorm. Because I normally have several ideas in my head, I find it extremely helpful to organize my ideas by documenting them on paper.
Hello class, Well let me start off by saying English is one of my toughest subjects, my writing process is still in process. I like to read material that catches my attention. If it does not catch my attention I will have a hard time trying to read the material. Also the same with writing.