During her undergrad journey in college, Susan had to take many writing classes, but those were not the only ones that required writing. She took many psychology classes and almost all of them required writing long papers in different subjects such as forensic, development, and abnormal psychology. Including as well as her Spanish courses, she had to write many papers and create power point presentations. She often had to use her writing skills to send formal emails to her professors asking them questions in a professional matter. Susan feels everyone is can excel more than they possible can and can be capable of improving their writing
My initial goal when I first came into this class was to get an A no matter what. That is all that kept me going the first couple of weeks of class. Now that the class is almost over I realize this class is so much more than an A. It has taught me how to write college papers even before I get into
In my four years of high school I have taken advanced, honors, and two years of advanced placement English courses. High school has so far prepared me to write fluently and effectively, it has also primarily prepared me for the kind of writing that was required of me in this course. College-level writing is important to me because it has allowed me the chance to further my writing skills and knowledge of different genres of essays. Just this course alone has already taken my writing ability way beyond what I have accomplished at a high school level. College-level writing courses are important because they will teach me how to better convey thoughts, ideas, and facts in simple and clear language.
I began my year with four classes and one of them was my fourth block class, Dual Enrollment English 111. Typing papers and discussing interesting readings from the textbook has always been a good end to my day. Through the many English classes I have taken, this class has taught me the most so far. The experiences that I have in this class will guide me through college with a stronger understanding on how to write effectively and efficiently. Through Dual Enrollment English, I have learned how to write a well thought out paper while managing my busy schedule and have learned many lessons along the way.
I had to go to the writing center a number of times just to understand what my assignment was really about. Overall, I learned that everyone has their struggles in college, not everyone understands it. I learned that even though I struggled every day in this class, I learned what I needed to work on the most and that was applying myself more. Not only have I discussed how I transitioned into the role of a college student, but I will always be discussing the processes I followed to be successful in English
A semester have passed in a blink of our eyes and we are heading toward the end. Therefore, it is time to reflect upon my writing skills. Earlier in the semester, I aimed for an A in this class and I also wish to become a more efficient writer. In order to do so, I planned to use a lot of the available resources such as the writing lab, Learning Curve, and the Bedford handbook. I also planned to read a lot and spending more time in composing my essays by going through multiple drafts.
I gave it a shot but wasn’t sure how I felt about it. Eventually the idea grew on and I started to write in my free time. In 5th grade I realized writing was my passion. I like writing all types of things, whenever I had to write an essay for a class, I would get excited. My teacher taught us the importance of imagery in writing.
I was unsure of my overall writing skills upon entering this course, but with each individual skill that was taught to us, I was able to connect all necessary components for success. In my previous semester in college I took several general education courses that had lengthy writing requirements and I was able to get these assignments done but not without many struggles and sub-par final products. By actively participating in class and completing all of the assigned work, this course has laid the foundation for me to continue to improve my writing skills. During the entirety of this course I consistently worked on all the of the technical parts of my projects. By utilizing both required text books, I made sure that each one of the major assignments met the
I am writing about my writing experience in my Writing 101 class. I am recently taking writing one on one class at University of Maryland University College. This is my evaluation of my Writing 101 class here at the University of Maryland University College. The purpose of this paper is to reflect on my first to last writing assignment by reflecting on my writing skills at the beginning of this course to now by looking at the quizzes, discussions, and papers written for the course Writing 101. Writing 101 here at University of Maryland University College was a very challenging course for me.
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