final motherfuckin reflection

final motherfuckin reflection - Ryan Glines 12/15/06...

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Ryan Glines 12/15/06 English 112 Daniel Ross Biegelson Final Reflection Writing has never truly been a passion of mine, but I still enjoy writing every once and a while. In this class we wrote about things that we were very knowledgeable on, and some things I was clueless about. I think that I have progressed somewhat over the course of this semester, and hopefully you feel the same. Over the course of this semester, I learned that I can be a decent writer, but it all depends on how much time I take in setting the whole paper up. I tend to rush through it, so when that happens, the paper can seem unorganized or a little bit random. Some of my strengths would probably have to be my sentence structure and grammar. There were very few times over this semester when I would receive a paper back and it would have a lot of grammatical errors highlighted all over it. But one of the major things that I always seemed to have a problem with was my organization. Everything tended to be too spread
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Biegelson during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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