Felicia Anane English Composition 1 Personal Narrative Essay 09/30/17. Attending College Nowadays people like to improve themselves in terms of education. People always learn about good or bad things that go around the world. Last summer was a special year in my lifetime. I was doing two jobs but nothing seems to be good for me.
Reflecting of My Experiences Throughout Introduction to Writing Reflecting of My Experiences Throughout Introduction to WritingThis semester was my very first semester as a student at the University of Maryland. Being the first, it was probably the semester I would 've learn the most in. I learned the Reflecting of My Experiences Throughout Introduction to Writing expectations for writing that I will have to live up to for the rest of my college career. Though myhigh school teachers were usually demanding, college writing raised the bar for me. In high school, we would have weeks to pick a topic, create a thesis, outline the paper, write the paper, and then revise the paper.
Summer- August and Summer met on Auggie’s first day of school, as Summer sat with him at lunch due to her feelings of empathy towards him. She later realized that August is a “ nice” and “cool” kid, bringing her to sit with him because she wanted to, not because she felt sorry for him. Jack- Jack was one of three student’s who were asked to guide August through the tour of Beecher Prep. August and Jack immediately clicked throughout the tour, and were friends for majority of the year, but had a small falling out after Halloween, as August had overheard Jack say something vicious about him. Julian- Julian was one of the three students who were asked to guide August through the tour of Beecher Prep.
This is the first time in 5 years that they have ever offered an audition. It has been Montresor’s dream since he was a young boy to join this school so he could someday play piano with some of his idols. Excitedly, Montresor pulls the sign off the tree and tucks it into the pocket of his large brown coat. Montresor spends the next few weeks
Alfonso was my tecaher for two years 7th and 8th grade. He was the teacher for History class and I am a number one fan of the History of the World. Eventhough he was so young, but his knowledge and his enthusiastic form to teach maked every student that he had more interesting to learn. Duing one of our seessions he told me that at the end of the class I would have 5 minutes to disscuss all from the biggining to the end, in other word summarize that session. I asked myself like 20 time why is he doing this to me?
In my eighth grade year I was attending tournament held at Western Kentucky University. I won two of my three events and was debated when I got second in the other. I remember my mother saying to me, “Jack, you did so well today, yet you are not even excited about it. That really makes me sad, I thought my son would have much humility than that.” That right there… hurt. It was a true wake-up call of why I do speech and debate.
Finally, I am kind and I never take things without asking. Weaknesses I might have as a roommate may be poor communication and/or social skills, as I am a little shy. After the first couple days, I usually feel comfortable with people and I don't feel as out-of-place. People who know me might be surprised to know that my favorite color is red, I lived in Ohio 13 years of my life, and I want to play softball in college. People who know me might be surprised to know that I want to go to Stanford University to earn my doctorate degree in Cardiology.
Although I had some pretty hard setbacks, I did have great times as well. Some of the successes I had, before getting kicked out, were being able to make friends with two new teachers, that the school had hired, when the new school year had started. My American Government teacher was Mrs. Elizabeth Adkins and my CP English 3 teacher was Miss Robyn Spangler. Another success I had was making great grades and attending the rest of the time I had spent at the school with my boyfriend, Brandon Crawford.
The Summer Bridge writing course was not like expected at all. I expected it to be a brief review of what we learned in high school and then we have the posttest. I was wrong in fact; it was not only a review of what we learned in high school but it was also introduction into what college writing classes would be like. This of course surprised me and I did have some difficulty in the beginning of the course, but overtime I became better day by day. Constant writing, proofreading and a little bit of constructive criticism is what I expected from this course.
He attended Cuesta Community College right after graduating from San Luis Obispo High School. He started writing books in high school itself. The first two books centered children and were called Children’s Literature Appreciation. He decided to become elementary school teacher after high school. After it, he transferred to California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and further