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Coming into this spring semester at Sacramento State I did not want to take the WPJ because I was not confident in my writing skills so I decided to take English 109M to improve my writing At first I really did not want to take this class because I hated English and I hated writing essays Writing essays has always one of my weaknesses because I always had a difficult time starting a paper and writing a well-written paper I also had issues on paragraph structuring and grammar too After taking English 109M I feel I have made a big improvement in my writing as well as learned useful ways to help me become a better writer in the future Furthermore I know that I am ready to take the next step to succeed in an upper-division Writing Intensive class because I have met the course goals for this English 109M class According to the syllabus for this English 109M class there are 5 goals you have to complete in order to succeed in this class In this essay I will explain how I have completed the five goals with examples from my past work in this class The 1st goal is to be able to know how to revise and edit your work after you acquire feedbacks and criticisms from your peers in class and your professor I have met this first goal by completing formal assignment 1 Formal assignment 1 is a letter to the class that introduces yourself and your journey to your major This assignment was one of my favorite papers to write because I enjoy writing about my personal experiences and myself In this assignment I gave a brief introduction of myself and wrote about why I wanted pursue a career in Law Enforcement I received a letter grade of a C for this assignment because I didnt focus on the main topic
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