Reflection English 101
This assignment is open to your interpretation. As long as you provide an insightful and thoughtful reflection on your time in English 101, you should receive full credit. This assignment cannot be turned in late and is due on or before the last day of class. Consider the following while writing: What was the hardest assignment for you to write, personally, and why? What do you think was the most rewarding skill or tool you have learned about writing this semester and why? Which essay assignment was your favorite? Least favorite? What would you like to have spent more time learning/reviewing? What have you learned about yourself not only as a writer but in general? Things to Do: Take time to consider the points you want to include in this paper so that you showcase what you have learned and how your writing has improved. Make sure you center your essay around a central point, or thesis, that you place at the end of your introductory paragraph. Support your points. Don’t merely list information or impressions. Settle down and explain yourself and connect your thoughts as you move from one fully developed paragraph to the next. Use the standard MLA formatting that has been required in previous essays.