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Basically just make it sound like I improved with my writing since beginning of course. Directions below. ENGLISH 102: Composition II ENGLISH 102 UNIT 5/FINAL EXAM: Reflective Essay In order to help you assess the progression of your reading, thinking, and writing practices in English 102, the final exam requires you to compose a Reflective Essay focused on the work defining the course. This essay should be geared toward your instructor and classmates and should be supported with evidence from the essays and other assignments you completed this semester. To begin, you should identify a tightly focused thesis about some aspect of your writing development in the context of this course (if you feel you didn’t develop, you can, of course, pursue a thesis of that nature). You should then identify specific experiences or artifacts that you can employ in persuasively illustrating that thesis. Strong responses to this essay assignment will contain plenty of backing from a variety of sources: memories of class activities, entries in your Process/Research Journal, feedback from your instructor and peers, drafts of your major writing projects, and so on. SUGGESTED PAGE-LENGTH AND FORMAT: 4-5 double-spaced pages (1000-1250 words), MLA format citations
GENRE: Reflective Essay REFLECTIVE ESSAY GUIDELINES A successful Reflective Essay will: demonstrate the ability to gather and review post-writes and other materials in order to evaluate writing progress; reveal awareness of how to construct an essay that features a tightly focused thesis followed by evidence presented in effectively organized paragraphs;marshal evidence from a variety of sources in support of primary and secondary claims; demonstrate an ability to write within a given time limit (during the final exam period)
;appropriately address the target audience;
demonstrate ability to utilize stylistic principles meant to hook and hold readers’ interest, including variety in language and syntax; demonstrate knowledge of Standard American English and be free from mechanical, grammatical, and usage errors.