english reflective letter - Going into my College English...

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Going into my College English class, I did not know what to expect from my professor. In this course, I was able to develop many skills that improved the overall quality of my writing. This was a new experience for me. I never had the opportunity to revise my paper so many times before I handed it in for a final grade. I don’t really remember doing much in-class writing, other than revising and editing other student’s papers. I do remember doing a lot of essays outside the classroom. The four essays we did were not as bad as I thought they were going to be. The first essay I wrote was a restaurant review about somewhere that I went to eat in the city. I enjoyed this assignment because I was able to go dine in a nice restaurant, and then talk about my experience there. From this paper, I started to learn that I had problems with contractions and commas. The second paper I wrote pertained to the evils of fast food advertising. I talked about how fast food advertisements should be banned from young children. This paper was not that bad, because it was easy since we did not have to do any research, but it was also kind of mundane. The paper was just about finding facts from the book that we were reading. My third paper was my research paper, which was about how school lunch programs need to be changed.
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Manham during the Fall '08 term at Bronx High School of Science.

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