Reflection Letter Although English can be somewhat challenging, I have the greatest appreciation for it. I am quite fascinated with it because I am aware of the importance of communication. I adore the fact that you can use words as art, to entertain, educate, interrogate, etc. Self-expression is both pertinent and beautiful, and learning to communicate effectively is a tool that is not only rewarded throughout life; if you master it, you could very well become immortal such as the many great writers
This semester has been my favorite semester that I have had so far. I have learned bounteous amounts of information in this class. Before this class, writing memos was completely foreign to me. At first, memos, quite frankly, befuddled me. I am not sure if it was the concept or the format that I found most confusing, but writing my first memo was one of the hardest things I did in this class. However, once I finally understood the concept, I loved them. In fact, I try to write memos for every chance
Class Reflection My English teacher in high school taught us the standard five paragraph organization for an essay. But, I never liked that organization because I felt by following that process my essay would lose its uniqueness. When I started this class I thought this course would be like all the others I have taken in the past, all following the same pattern, but this was different. When we started our first essay “Writing to Share an Experience” the directions to the students were “organize
throughout the body, the true essence of the heart is much deeper than science. The true essence of the heart lies somewhere within the limitless realm of art; submersed in the passion that runs through your veins, it fiends desperately to be admired. My heart is filled with a love for writing. Besides writing to complete tasks and assignments, I write to unveil the beauty of language. This beauty, created simply with words, meaning, and punctuation, is one that is uniquely crafted by its author.