I want to easily start and end a story. Have better word choice and punctuation. I don’t want to be scared and worried every time I have a big writing piece for another class. I just want to overall be more confident in my writing. My expectations for myself is that I push myself out of my comfort zone for writing.
Often times I find myself struck with an idea when I 'm outside, only to inconspicuously jot my thoughts down onto my phone. Then, when I get home, those thoughts transform into words. My writing doesn 't pry on my own intimate feelings, but rather on fictional adventures. I love writing stories, wild, crazy stories that I dream to be formed into a physical book and sold on shelves. There is not one subject matter that I focus on, but rather, I write about whatever calls to me.
In my mind, I see myself as an adequate writer. I've always love the thought of writing anything, because it lets me create an innovative story using my own experience and imagination. I may not be the best writer but I do believe that my writing style doesn't require too much work. Also, there is the fact that I love to write , which makes it easier on me to complete them as assignments and not as a chore. However ;I'm not going to say that all writing is all fun, it has its moments when it can be very unbearable.
Many times, when writing a paper, I normally just start writing not worrying about the style later. I go through after I am done and remove the words like I, we, me, and us. With the current essay we are writing, I am making a greater effort to pay more attention to writing style, and correcting these errors as they occur. One exercise that I have found is at https://www.thebalance.com/how-to-start-writing-in-the-third-person-1277439. It has you find a piece of work written in the first person and rewrite it into the third person.
Why I Write and What I Have Learned so far? “I write because I love writing. I think I became a writer in order to explore my ideas and responses to the world around me, which I often found it difficult to share with others.” Alex Miller. Writing is a complex feeling, thoughts, or experience that describes our different feelings about many events or the thought or experience that could help others to solve their problem. My desire and passion for writing was influenced by authors of old such as George Orwell and Alexie Sherman who used techniques such as ethos in their writings.
If I was a writing teacher, I would have my students write both fun, creative stories and boring, research papers. I think this would make them more excited about writing but they would also have to learn how to write research papers. I would let them pick their topics of research papers so they don’t have to research topics that they aren’t interested
At first I will admit I didn’t want to change my style at all, and I thought if I did it may change the way I write at work which could potentially get me in trouble. So far though I have been able to keep the two easily separated which I guess I never realized a person could write in completely different styles before this, and even though that seems pretty obvious now when I think of a few authors. The truth is that writing from facts is safe for me. I can write a report and say the same things as someone openly taking about it and I know I have all the facts covered. I guess I thought by having the information right that made it good writing.
Beginning on those grounds establishes a foundation from which I can grow my writing. Nevertheless, it is equally important that I allow my writing to grow more thoughtfully from that foundation. While being more intentional, I am more conscious about audience which has made me pay attention to planning. Part of this planning includes that I frontload most of the work towards writing in this first stage. I spend a lot of my time trying to connect my ideas as much as possible.
I also planned to read a lot and spending more time in composing my essays by going through multiple drafts. Unfortunately, I didn 't followed out my initial plan as much I wanted to. I believe my plan is realistic, however the real problem is that I 'm lack of motivation. I know why I should work hard for my classes but I often find it difficult for me to motivate
The writing process demands a lot of reasoning regarding some topics. Gaining the necessary insights that would facilitate effective communication between my piece and the readers thought require regular reflection on the thought process. Possessing the ability to shift into different perspectives within the paper and still maintaining the main intentions of the paper requires good organization. My arguments are often not strong enough thus my organization at times may lack analytical depth and
I Agree free writing is a good prewriting technique to use. Which is writing down every though that comes to mind. I use this technique all the time when I need ideas for a paper that I am writing.There are no wrong answers when you are prewriting which is another reason I like it. When I 'm not using free writing I find it so hard to think of anything to write down. It takes me forever before I actually come up with something.
As a "writer" I 've found my writing style to be more of a put together flourish of words and thoughts that in another 's opinion might seem like it never left the drafting stage (besides the few grammatical edits and big words to make it seem like it was written by someone smart). I went through a stage of writing in purely second person, and because of that I lost the ability to respect the need of more emotional descriptiveness. I 've gotten embarrassed to write in that context and end up passing it up for more serious tones that just don 't get my writing anywhere extraordinary. I want to gain confidence in my writing so I can go the places I want to go with it, while also learning to keep it organized and in line with my exact thoughts. My thoughts seem to provide a more well-laid out idea than my actual writing does.