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...ats we used were blogs, commenting, journals and essay format. Often times we were required to blog our work and then comment on other’s work to provide a discussion and a better understand of what others had to say. This was another format that contributed to the class. Journals were another form of getting out our feelings and sharing our experiences with the professor. Overall, this learning objective was well targeted throughout the entire course because it was a hybrid class.
To conclude, I believe as a write I have developed a lot and have met the requirements of the learning objectives that were set out by the English department. I believe that my papers have met the learning objectives and have strengthened me as a writer. The experience in this course was a memorable experience because of the various amounts of analyzation we have done to create the essays.
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