First day of school was the most nerve wrecking day ever, although I was excited. I haven’t been in school for years, and the sight of feeling old was on my mind. I was clueless when the first essay was issued, I did not know how to begin and it was almost devastating. Compared to high school, there 's no teacher holding your hand along the way, checking to see if you’ve finished any work. It was all about checking into laulima, checking your emails daily, and printing anything that was needed for the next day. If you were one who didn’t do that then you were easily lost in class. As far as I remember it was eighth grade when I wrote my last paper. So can you imagine how lost I felt. I began to feel the pressure as the second week creeped along. It was challenging for me to do homework, while taking care of my business, and my family. The everyday chores was then passed to my daughter. I began noticing all of the flaws I had in my writing in the fifth week of school. Though that surely didnt stop me from doing my best. Ive grown as writer in so many ways. I Made sure I was always organized. Which helped me to keep track of what was given. I was always ready for the unknown. For example any paperwork that was asked to be...
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...d have to be the fact that I wanted perfect papers. I was not thinking how writing should be free and fun. This self reflection paper was all aboutt how I felt inside. I like to say that visiting the taro patch was a great interaction. I don 't think you should stop doing tha,t I think that brought us closer. I do however, think that English 100 and English 22 should be taught on different days and not after one another.
In the future, I would suggest bringing out your whole syllabus and dates. It 's hard for students that have family to cram everything in the semester and not have a overview of what to expect. I 'm sure you have a reason why you dont do it. Beyond that feeeling, I think this class geared me up for English 200. I can 't wait to start writing 20 pages or more. I like challenges, I believe that life itself is a challenge and nothing good comes easy.
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