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Throughout the my junior year of College English III I got to learn a lot of myself I realized what my strengths and weaknesses were My strengths being able to comprehend more of the English language a lot better reading faster speaking more fluently and writing in more in depth My main weakness that I have noticed throughout the year would have to be my knack for procrastination Looking back on the 3 quarters that have gone by and the fourth almost over I am quite content with the progress that I have made over the 2 semesters Surely my grades fell because of my lack in participation Going through my portfolios that I did in the past though pleased me I dont know if I was happy because I actually knew what I was doing and doing it well I may add or if it was just a simple assignment that I passed very well I had received a lot of As and Bs for my work I liked doing the poetry unit For some reason it is easy for me to think up quick little poems The writing this year was excellent I think that it was balanced pretty well from easy to hard I think the hardest writing assignment that we received all year was the whole Shakespeare deal The portfolios were not hard at all because the majority of them were what you thought and not some paper that you had to research The only other times we would have to write is when we had a test or a quiz that required an explanation for the answer I would much rather have had multiple choice because I also think that one of my weak points is explaining something in depth on a piece of paper Fourth quarter reading happened to be my favorite time period only because the tow books we read interested me not fully but
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