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Reflective – Ally Hodgson

Comp. Two? Didn’t I learn enough in Comp. One? I feel like I have grown as a writer since Comp. One. I’ve learned how to write a research paper and I’ve learned using a lot of quotes and no original … Continue reading

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Reflective Statement ~ Tony Shilling

As the future ever-presses-on as intensely as possible, the realization that nothing is ever going to be an easy break and life proceeds to only be more difficult; those with the mistiest of eyes look fondly on the past, longing … Continue reading

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Reflective – Dale Hamstra

Reflecting on the Core Values Over the course of this semester, I believe that I have grown significantly as a writer. Near the beginning of the semester I was using bad grammar, writing unclearly, and leaving unfinished ideas. However, with … Continue reading

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Reflective Statement- Sam Sarlo

Core Values, Schmore Schmalues (Cutting the Crap and Getting Down to Brass Tacks) Core Value III. Understand how texts represent meaning and how the processes of writing and reading create and interpret meaning. Students learn to appreciate that writing—their own … Continue reading

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Reflective Essay — Cassie Hoffman

As Composition II reaches the end of the semester, a reflection on the lessons that it has taught us is in order. While Composition I incorporated all seven of Rowan’s core values for the first year writing program, Composition II … Continue reading

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Reflective Statement – Ashley Petit de Mange

Goals Achieved I believe I have achieved the primary goals of College Composition II through my writing.  The three goals I specifically achieved are Core Value III, Core Value V and Core Value VII.  This course definitely made me realize … Continue reading

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Reflective Statement – Evan Horner

Before comp 2, I was not a very good writer by any means but my time with Professor Hodges has drastically improved my understanding of many essential goals needed to achieved during writing, the significance of credible writing, and also … Continue reading

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