Reflection - Reflection Through taking this course Ive...

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Reflection Through taking this course, I’ve learned a lot about myself. I’ve learned that I can balance the stress of daily life and English class by utilizing time management. The most essential part of keeping your energy level up while enrolled in an English course is to be mindful of your time. Procrastination works for the first essay, gets you passed the second, and is absolutely de-constructive for the rest. In the past, I have found English classes to be unnecessarily dull and drone; yet I had high hopes for this course. I felt that Dr. Backhaus had an abundance of knowledge on the subjects that we discussed daily, which, for a college professor, is a rare commodity. The syllabus for the course, although confusing at times, was extremely helpful. Every class period I would walk into class looking forward to learning something new. In the syllabus, I was pleased to read that we would partake in just four projects this semester. I think of myself as a fluent writer, so four papers weren’t too arduous of a task. Also, I am convinced that the book for this course, Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings , enhanced my writing abilities and enabled me to showcase my talents, or lack there of rather.
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Byrkit during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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