reflective letter

reflective letter - This year in writing class, I improved...

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This year in writing class, I improved my skills in various areas that needed work. With the variety of projects we accomplished through out the year, it gave me an opportunity to enhance certain writing skills that needed some improving. Although some projects came to me as a challenge, I went through and completed each one head on. However there were certain projects that I enjoyed accomplishing in which I felt really gave me a chance to put my writing skills to the test. The first piece I decided to include in my portfolio was a free write about a time when I said “no” to someone in my life who was an authority figure. While I was writing about this franticly in my notebook it really gave me a chance to reflect back during a tough time in my life. While doing a lot of free writes in this class, it really made me not only think but also recall certain memories in my life. Later on, I used this free write for a project on obedience. The project that followed my free write was Obedience to Authority. In this project, we had to reflect on a time where we said “no” to an authoritative figure and what the outcome of it was. In order to back our stories up, we then had to reference two articles from our book and then one from a scholarly article. This was the hardest task for me because I had a difficult time
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Sierra during the Winter '08 term at Rutgers.

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