My history as a writer has been a bit of a struggle of slow development. From a young age I had a hard time with spelling and this is still a trouble area for me, even with the help of autocorrect. As I grew in age and as a writer my problematic area became not including enough nitty gritty details. My bad experiences that I recall would always involve the start of writing because I struggle with beginning paragraphs. Also, I tend to use the ending paragraph to just repeat myself, so overall my first and last paragraphs are usually shit.
We head off to college. As Liam and I are heading to college we are talking about what we want to do when we get older. And Liam tells me that he wants to travel the world and make adventures. And I tell Liam that I want to also travel the world and become a writer. Music starts playing and we start jamming out to the music.
As I began the journey of returning to school, one of my biggest fears, was the writing aspect in the classes. The fear of reading and writing has never been a strong quality; however, I have never able to successfully be creative in the way I learn. I understand my weaknesses and when I need to focus on my strengths. I am constantly learning new ways, skills, and tools to utilize to continue to grow as a writer. Focusing on my strengths allows me to have the security that I can be a good writer.
My best strengths are organized, motivate, and goal orientated. My strengths let people see, I take pride in every task I perform. I will complete all task given to me. This will help me be promoted in my career. Every since I was a little, I have been organized.
There definitely has been some improvements in my writing this semester, but unfortunately there has also been some negative qualities that I have noticed coming up more often. The main difference that I have noticed in my writing is a better connection to the text and getting my message across better. The quality of my writing is usually directly related to the prompt, and since all of our articles we read were so intriguing, I was challenged more in my writing which made me strive to do
In the words of Margaret Atwood, “If I waited for perfection… I would never write a word.” As a writer, particularly one in an academic type setting, there are certain expectations professors have for their students; thoughtful responses, cohesive arguments, superb vocabulary, and proper citations. These aspects are deemed “perfection”, as they are the qualities that will most likely earn the student an A. However, “perfection” is rarely, if ever achieved. For me, I began this semester far from perfection. I always considered myself a fairly strong writer.
I am the kind of person that likes to be challenged and is determined. Ever since I was a kid, I was eager to learn new things. Although I was always like this, my determination and desire to be challenged grew stronger. I taught myself how to play guitar and piano, and even though it’s still a working progress, that is how it is with everything. It was a challenge
After I acknowledged that one of my weaknesses when writing was grammar; I made sure to focus entirely on it so that I could ameliorate my writing skills. They 're two ways that I took the initiative the first step was to take notes from the research I made online, and the second step was to download Grammarly on my laptop; this application will help me see the mistakes that I had overlooked while
My family was so excited when i started high school. They got to make calls to the rest of their family back in europe and brag about me but it wasn't just the fact that i started high school it was what i wanted to be after high school, a doctor. I would be the first in my whole family, and to them that was the most exciting acomplishment. It felt good to them and to me, knowing i wanted to be what they wanted. They were proud of me.
My own personal experience began a few years ago as I grew up a boy who likes to play soccer each and every day after school as I was young. During this time when I grow, my parents were assisting to do what I like but they were providing guidance on what I should do and that thing that it must be social acceptable in the society. my mother bought me the soccer boots while I was in grade one, doing my first year at primary level so that I could play soccer, she did this because I was able to find balance between my school work and also playing time. My personal experience also went through when I was 13 years when I had to choose my high school; my parents recommended the school which they thought it was best for