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writing process reflection

writing process reflection

Joey Abely   I have learned many writing processes in my life as a student but the writing process I used to write both formal essays this semester is simple. First all I do is sit down and during my draft of the essay I get all of the words down onto the paper. I try to meet at least ¾ if not all of the word count in the draft. Then after I am done with the draft I…

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reflection 2

reflection 2

Appiah illustrates this by saying, “If you allow your identity to be totally shaped by your opposition to a dominant culture, as many racial groups have done because of the history of racism and xenophobia, you can become locked into that minority status. The first time a group becomes conscious of itself as an important social group, it is because they realize that they’re all being subjected to something. But if you define yourself through the act of opposition, then…

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reflection 1

reflection 1

In english class we are now reading extremely complex pieces of writing. With reading all of these writings I had to develop a new reading process to be able to understand and get as much out of the reading as I can. I start off by skimming the reading looking for things that initially catch me eyes, words in bold or italics or in margins, then I open the reading and slowly skim over every paragraph paying close attention to…

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