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Hilliard 1 Alex Hilliard Joy Palmer English 101-047 12-9-09 Reflective letter When I first started this English 101 class I was very nervous about the writing  assignment that would have to be done, but I was confident that I would be able to  complete them successfully because I was told that the teacher I had chosen was a  good teacher, so that helped me feel more comfortable going into the whole college  atmosphere.  For the first essay that the class had to do, the evaluation essay, I was  really confused when I was told to write to an audience. I had never looked at any of the  papers I had ever written as writing them to a particular audience, I just had it in my  mind that I had a paper to write and knew what it had to be about.  With all of the essays  that I had to do this semester (except for the evaluation essay) I had a vague idea and  was still kind of confused about what writing to a certain audience meant.  I didn’t want  to ask because I didn’t want to feel dumb.  So when we had our conferences and I  asked about it, it all of a sudden it just clicked, or at least made a lot more sense.  I now  know (for sure) how to write to a particular audience.  It may be a little late, but at least I 
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Hilliard 2 finally got it.  After discussing with you about my evaluation essay during our conference 
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Garawynmcgill during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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