The majority of this course is focused on the practice of writing formally and your writing reflections are no different. Where they do differ, though, is that they specifically push you to reflect upon yourself as a writer, offering you an ability to utilize personal experience and viewpoints as the explicit basis to think of the practice of writing.
For your first writing reflection, I want you to address the following:
From your vantage point, what is the purpose of writing? In your experience, what aspects of writing do you excel at? Struggle with? How have you overcome those struggles? (Or, if you haven’t, why haven’t you?) Make sure to incorporate examples. Note that this is a personal reflection. This means that there aren’t wrong answers so we are focused on your attention to detail, explication, and general argumentation.
Please write this in Times New Roman size 12, double-spaced, one-inch margins in approximately three pages.