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The lessons have taught us that the writing process involves the conversion of ideas, thoughts and objectives to writings on paper with the audience in mind.
One of my biggest challenges was to transform ideas into logical events when writing. Having mentioned one of the strengths I have discovered about myself which is the transformation of ideas and arranging them in some sensible order as in the Bus Stop essay I wrote during the semester. This is one of the ways your essay lessons have enabled me to transform my challenges into strengths. In the beginning focusing on the subject to write about was one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish as I always found my mind drifting away from the main subject. The other problem was that I kept worrying about my sentence structures and grammar and lacked the confidence to be creative in my writing. I managed to overcome all these problems through the lessons I learnt from you.
I learned that the lack of confidence in my writing could be easily overcome by sharpening my writing skills and investing more time in thinking and drafting my ideas before beginning to write. I further improved my writing by setting certain standards with timelines to meet these goals such as reducing grammar mistakes in each subsequent essay and improving on the logical sequence of ideas in my writing. In the Bus Stop essay, the first sentence as mentioned earlier gives the reader an idea of what the rest of the paragraph is all about.
The first statement on how I find myself in the middle of beauty of sunset which is a positive impression dictates the form that the rest of the paragraph will take. The paragraph underscores the beauty of the place. I have improved my confidence and use of similes and metaphors. For instance, in ‘Bus stop’ I use the simile as “nimbly as a squirrel” to portray the distinction between the
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Having not been in a professional writing class before, I could not tell my writing strengths and weaknesses. It was a great opportunity to be introduced to principles of professional writing. The experience was great as I was able to learn lot of things I was not familiar with before.
During this time, I was taking the four on-campus classes at the University. One of the classes was Organizational Design, MGMT 4370, with Linda Fried. I was keen to attend every class until the last day, 29 July 2010. We had two exams, fourteen assignments,
In this letter, I will discuss what was most and the least helpful, my progress and the benefits I got out of this class.
The most influential thing in this course was the lecture notes and the comments given by the instructor on each paper in did.
According to the paper, an international student whose native language is Arabic, he started the course with a strong awareness of my weaknesses. He had great difficulty communicating with people: very often, his messages were misinterpreted, leading to a lot of confusion. He has come to understand that this is not only a question of language.
The instructor was also a pleasing character as he gives attention to students in an exclusive manner. I am always alert in the class and try to accumulate as much as information from your class. The lecture notes were thoroughly explained by the teacher
As a writer, the English classes were instrumental in the realization of my strengths and weaknesses in the writing and communication processes. It is through the classwork and term paper assignments that I became aware of my
This paper highlights that the ‘journey’ has been tough, yet intriguing. Writing can be such a fun activity if all the mechanics are integrated to come-up with a masterpiece. Throughout the semester, writing skills have gradually developed from the first essay to the most recent. Development, in this case, means the presentation of ideas.
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