Reflection paper - still use a lot of facts and resources...

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Paul O’Malley English 112 Reflection paper This paper came to my mind almost instantly when we started talking about how we could write about anything we wanted to. When personal experiences were mentioned I knew that I was going to write about stroke causes and recovery almost instantly. A bunch of other ideas popped into my mind but I knew that it would be best for me to write about this because I could use personal experience in my paper, which I thought would make it better. I also think that strokes aren’t really as recognized as they should be, and I thought my paper would help to clear up any misconceptions people have. During the conference it helped me a lot to talk about what I was going to write about in the paper and how it all should be organized. I would need to include personal experiences and
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Unformatted text preview: still use a lot of facts and resources to make sure that the reader actually believed that the paper was credible. After the conference I felt confident that my paper would be good and that it would be able to get my message across clearly. As I wrote the paper it seemed like it was too dry and that it needed a more interesting topic. In one of the classes everyone talked about what they were writing about and it really made me want to change topics to something cooler and more interesting. In the end, I decided that I would keep my topic and hopefully make it interesting enough. In the end I think it was a good idea, and that I wrote a pretty good paper....
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