The first phase of the course, instructed me on the foundation of English grammar as it relates to sentence structure, comas, verb tense, punctuation, and diction, which are key to improving your writing skills. This was the most critical lesson of all for me, because I begin to understand, the concept of a good writer, which is not to simply write, but to ensure that you follow the rules when to use and not use commas, semicolons, apostrophe, quotation marks, end punctuation and other …show more content…
This essay was challenging and very difficult to write, because there were two subjects related to one another, however, I had to prove in my writing that there was a difference of which succeed and received a passing grade for my essay.
Nevertheless, I did not to fare well on my next essay cause and effect, I followed phase 1-3 as instructed in the class, however, my writing fell flat, as I lost myself in a maze of writing, trying to understand the Professor topic subject Domestic Abuse/Ray Rice incident, and completely missed the mark and so did my essay of which I need improvement.
Writing can, be frustrating, without the instructional knowledge of the basic principles needed to keep readers informed. This class has taught me a few important basics about writing. Although I am not always able to predict the topic, I can be flexible and know which outline to use to succeed in any writing that I do. Also, I learned to write different style essays so I will be able to take that format and apply it to my next English course