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Before the 1970s hard of hearing people were regarded as deaf and dumb because the majority of people couldnt understand that someone could not hear and still function as a valid member in society However with modern times new amazing technological marvels arose such as the Cochlear to help these hard of hearing people Being legally deaf and using a cochlear implant Ive had to fight against the beforehand stereotype especially in schooling Something that I always excelled at and always worked hard at was the English subject I came to develop skills such as how to incorporate anecdotes along with a wide variety of vocabulary into a writing prompt and how to have a consistent and defined voice to make my writing interesting Thats not to say that Im without my faults as my grammar research along with reading and including too much unnecessary information leave some to be desired Furthermore it was about junior year of high school that I became to come into my own in terms of writing I had taken AP Prep English sophomore year but I didnt do that great because it was so different than freshman English However the skills that I was taught in that class became essential for writing in later years Ever since I was a kid Ive always loved to write creatively in my own time at one point even writing a novel The change into more streamlined specific points in a 5 paragraph style was foreign to me and it took me a while to get a hang of it Eventually I came to combine the best of both worlds in my writing prompts making it more interesting while proving my thesis Moreover a way that I do this is by incorporating anecdotes in order to help prove my points Whether it is personal experiences worldly situations or examples from media I make sure that they are relevant to the overall point
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