memo 1 - the most significant decision I made during the...

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Ian Tierson 5/12/2009 Professor Jean Louise Mahar Writer’s Memo For this assignment, I started thinking about it when I first was presented with the topic. However, it took me a while to get started on the writing part. I took the first cohesive idea that came to me and went with it. It took two or three sessions for me to write the paper. On of these was the night before it was due for peer revision and was a last minute finish-it-up session. I had no plan or purpose for the paper outside of completing the assignment for the class.
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Unformatted text preview: the most significant decision I made during the writing process was to procrastinate, and this was not a profound idea. The peer review helped me catch some grammatical errors, and I am grateful for it because I would not have caught them. I learned the procrastination hurts. I did take several ideas and develop them well. I could have had language that was more descriptive in my personal experiences though. I probably could have made it longer as well. I need to improve my grammar and punctuation for next time....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Mahar during the Fall '06 term at St. John Fisher College.

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