Introductory Reflection

Introductory Reflection - Introductory Reflection Dear Mrs....

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Introductory Reflection Dear Mrs. Neal, I want to thank you for all that you have done for me this semester. By taking English 150 from you I have learned many valuable skills that will help me throughout my college days and beyond. Through your teaching, I have learned to be more effective in my writing by actually applying myself when I write the rough draft. A perfect example is my paper over the Fountain of the Four Seasons paper. By putting forth a legitimate effort on my rough draft, all I had to do was make minor changes for the final draft, and I got an A-, which is the highest grade that I’ve gotten on a paper. I was slightly disappointed in the peer responses I received. I like to read the responses I get to make my paper better, but the only useful comments I got were from you after I had already turned in the paper. After taking your class, my editing has become more efficient and precise. Not only do I fix the simple grammatical errors, but I make sure to answer any questions the reader might have. I make sure that my paper isn’t just a heap of facts, and has a
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ENGL 150 taught by Professor Alexwerner during the Fall '08 term at Iowa State.

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