The time period within the novel is constantly changing from the past to present, which I did not like, because since read inconsistently, I had to go back into previous chapters to refresh my memory. This book was an enjoyable read. It was necessary to pay close attention in order to keep up with the plot and the changing time periods in every chapter. It is a perfect book for young adults and teens that enjoy books of fantasy and romance.
For example; if I created an advertisement or profile, I wouldn’t be able to talk about the symbols. I really wanted to talk about and convey the deeper meaning and importance of the symbolism in the book. Reflection on book report option: I liked this assignment because I get to be thorough in my reading. I like to deeply think about the book and understand it better.
Only I know what I enjoy to read and will not put me to sleep. When we got to pick what I wanted to read about and write the paper on. I could really get focused into the book and paper because it interested me. Now only a couple of papers interest me and keep me attuned to the book. The ECA had me read a boring story then write a paper about it, and that was a struggle for me because the story was beginning to bore me to death.
This book might make you cry or it might just make you laugh. Whatever happens, I believe you will enjoy it. In conclusion I recommend this outrageous piece of literature you call “If I Stay”. I recommend it to the romantic kind of type, to the what 's going to happen next kind of type, but especially to the I need a book to read kind of type. I didn’t feel like reading that day in my reading class
Hello! I enjoyed this class as much as I hoped I would. My thoughts about literature changed while doing the milestones for our final paper. As much as I enjoyed reading, I did not give much thought to cultural identity. I enjoyed stories and reading, without really absorbing the culture within the story and how that affected the theme, character development, setting, and other literary elements.
and I was never able to get out of the class. I began to feel as if my writing wasn’t good enough and I began to slack on my writing and reading. And by the time I got into middle school, I wasn’t as enthusiastic about literacy as a once
My strength in writing are all over the place, I feel like I am good at choosing the right words for what I’m writing, at least the words that are in my vocabulary. I hope that I can get better at writing essays and the more serious assignments, I also want to get better at writing book style writings, like having to write like an author of a book I’m reading to write a “chapter 0”. I think I haven’t really changed my thinking of my writing, I just write to do it, I don’t analyse my writing unless it’s something I’m really interested in. Organization helps me, or it hurts me, my disorganization that is, I’m very disorganised if you couldn’t tell by now, my brain is always everywhere, and so are my possessions, and my writing. My brain is all over the place just like my work, my PAW lessons are staggered between one attempt perfection, and ten attempts with
I feel as though I improved as a writer after taking English 1101 class. The research paper, as you know, had become extremely challenging for me. Essays have killed me since every teacher I had in the past told me different things. No one sat down and explained how to write an essay like
It was rather simple why I wanted this dream it was because my teacher, and most adults who read what I wrote natured that dream on me. The best and most difficult part about growing is how much things change, and how much new things you discover about yourself along the way. I experienced this as gradually my attention drew away from writing though my love for reading began to turn into a passion. I began to gain interest in the medical field due to shows such as House and even Scrubs.
I read these books very fast and this is where I got the bulk of my pages read from. I think that these books were good for me to read just so I was reading material while also focusing on school work. I think reading these books has helped with my reading stamina and it will be more like in college. Although I read a few books this quarter, I did not read a full book on the profession that I am going into.
I hope I can adjust quickly, and make the absolute most out of my time at Conn. Over the summer I was asked to read Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, and may I say I have not read such a compelling narrative in a very long time. The plight for environmental awareness was not completely new to me prior to reading. One of my courses in my final year of high school concerned environmental activism and religion. Having gone to Catholic school for over ten years, I figured my
This assignment was one of the hardest paper we had to do in our quarter because, we had complete freedom on how we wanted to develop our topic. During the peer review I found out that I had done the assignment wrong and didn 't have a clear idea of what I wanted to project in my paper. I took a moment to decide what I wanted to say and started to change and remove sentences that weren 't necessary. On my first draft of my Literacy Narrative I made negative statements about my writing, which wasn 't the purpose of the assignment. After some time, I finally decided to write about my growth in writing and how I found another outlet for my creativity and where I consider myself to be good at.
In the excerpt from Fredric Douglas's autobiography he discusses the anguish he feels after becoming literate. This is drastically different from my experience. We both shared a common eye-opening experience but mine let me step into a glorious world of knowledge; where as, he felt the pressure of decades worth of the abuse of African-Americans. When I began to read and write I struggled, so much so I was almost put in the special needs class so I could practice my reading more than my classmates. I taught myself how to read quick enough to stay in my normal classroom, and through my teaching I learned how large and beautiful the world is.
I’ve had a very on off relationship when it comes to literacy. Up until the fifth grade I wasn’t much of a reader or writer. Then in fifth grade, we started reading really good books. Usually as a class. I found myself needing a way out of this terrible world in the sixth grade.