Wi101 Reflection

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Throughout my years of writing in high school, I was focusing only on writing to fill the basic requirements to pass English. Over the time interval of the course WRI101, my writing completely transformed. Analytical thinking, balance, and flow were the focal skills taught in WRI101 by Dr. Daniel Fredrick. Through learning about what are considered to be the two most important skills in writing, content and style, I was capable of elevating my writing in a manner that distinguishes it from the typical college paper.
From the beginning of the course, I was introduced to novel aspects of writing. From specifics to the importance of subordination, my writing changed. A system of developing analytical thinking, the Topics of Invention allowed me
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His stance was clear as he expanded through the topic. Villelabeitia strengthened his essay by providing a clear structure to his claims and arguments whilst providing real-life examples from both aspects, the user of ‘Arabizi’ as well as the professionals in the given field. Ultimately, Villelabeitia’s “In Jordan, the Hip Speak ‘Arabizi’” gains its position as a recommendable essay to not only university students but the general public.”
After WRI101:
“Although Fordham’s essay held up some valuable claims, Villelabeitia managed to excel in creating a strong, coherent academic essay. His stance was clear as he expanded through the topic. In addition to building a strong academic through using the Topics of Invention and specifics, Villelabeitia increasingly strengthened his essay through a flowing prose while structuring his assertion clearly. As a result, Villelabeitia’s “In Jordan, the Hip Speak ‘Arabizi’” gains its position as an extremely useful essay for students’ writing endeavors.”
As seen, I was able of elevating my writing skills in a manner that enables it of reaching a broader
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