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Kyra Stone December 6, 2011 David Scott, English 102 Reflection To be completely honest, I was not quite sure what my expectations as a writer were at the beginning of the English 102 class. Unlike most freshmen who were experiencing English 102 for the first time, I did not test out of the class. Instead, I took a dual credit class at my local community college during my senior year of high school and transferred the English 101 credits. I was not sure what else this class could cover that my English 101 class did not - considering we wrote countless essays that included interviews and the researching of non-profit organizations in our area among other ideas. At first I did not feel that I could grow much more as a writer - I felt as if I had hit a plateau especially after taking my 101 class. I felt that I had developed my style and 101 had really taught me to think outside of the box and learn that writing can be more interesting than we are usually taught as students – writing is not solely about researching lethargic subjects and writing book reviews (although that is a good part of your high school career). However, after taking the 102 class I feel as if I have further continued to develop my writing style, expand my vocabulary, and learn how to develop my ideas in a more mature and interesting manner. I believe that I am most proud of the writer I have become; not only throughout my life
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course ENGL 102 taught by Professor Eriklevitt during the Fall '08 term at Boise State.

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