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From muddied to transparency There is so much muddied writing almost everywhere such type of writing was what influenced me as I grew up Therefore I was also a muddied writer prior to joining my writing 121 class In the process of becoming a transparent writer I learnt gradually the techniques involved gradually through writing my 4 papers like the way a baby learns to crawl leap walk and run Indeed I realized I was a baby writer and I learnt to write matured writing through developing ideas brainstorming and accepting criticism Before choosing a paper to write about I understood that it is necessary to have an opinion on the particular subject I want to write about My idea could come in the form of a belief or suggestion that is I should have a mental image of what I want to write and my suggestion should reflect reality In writing my first essay on the benefits of stupidity I had a wonderful idea but like a baby writer my writing was muddied with different information that could not integrate to a whole Indeed having good descriptive details to go along with an idea is necessary for a successful paper There was no concrete example that I used to prove my idea through the paper My instructor was lost because I was biting about the bush with numerous examples and that apparently made the essay loose focus Like a baby the first essay was a crawling essay and I learnt to leap with the aid of my instructor because having a good idea with a developing adequate details were the first things I learnt from the class Ideas and details actually made me become a better writer However after developing concrete ideas and details it is necessary to brainstorm about the particular topic in mind I made research from the internet and asked questions and opinions from my friends But brainstorming
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