Surname1Student's nameTutorTopicDateReflective essay on textual communicationI've always believed I thrive in textual communication. The art of adequately articulatingmy ideas and feelings via words and phrases appeared to come effortlessly to me. However, itwasn't until my writing course drove my ideas and sentiments on writing to the brink of breakingpoint that I realized how much my writing lacked. Figuring out the best approach to organizetime was a significant problem. Procrastination was part of my personality which I had tounlearn. I knew I'd have to change how I thought about schoolwork and how I approached it. Idid pick up many time-management techniques. I believed I comprehended creative expressionand wordplay since I am a natural thinker and writer. I understood I'd have to work harder andpush myself to see how far my writing could go. I had to improve my technical writing skills,and also learned how to tap into my artistic side to see my feelings and experiences in a positiveway. It was difficult to tackle long papers and to explore my views regarding a scenario orbehavior. By expanding my horizons of expression, I was able to gain greater freedom in mywriting. The classes I have attended have made so much improvements to my work. My choicesof words have greater depth and my writing has greatly expanded. I now have a solid foundationand a comprehensive writing armory for future projects, attributed to various research I took partin and learning from revision, peer reviews, and teachers' feedback.
Surname2The teacher's feedback serves as a guide to achieving a desirable essay. It is a simpleprocess and method of learning since one is directed by simple instructions on what may havelacked in the paper or what needs to be omitted. Peer critique is one of the most critical aspects