Critical Writing Reflection
Critical Writing is a course that is based upon the fundamentals of Writing, Thinking and evaluating the information that you receive from different sources. Thus far, this course has been a very good open opening experience of what is yet to come in my college years. Since the first day of class I realized that I was in a regular class. I knew from that moment on that I had to apply myself and involve every part of me in this class. This class was kind of hard to adjust to because of the simple fact that it was based around the presidential election. We wrote multiple papers on presidents and the presidential election. On that note I knew I had to be on top of every issue dealing with what was occurring in the world. This class has been a new experience for me. Whether it was thinking, reading, annotating that we had to do it was all important.
My first perception of this class was that the class was based upon information that was useless. I figured that at least the class would be based upon the basic fundamentals that were needed to become a master at what it takes to become a valid reader. I was totally wrong. We discussed topics such as the presidential election, war and other aspects of what was going on in the world today. While discussing these topics we had to write a number of papers of these particular subjects. We also had to in some way, form, or fashions know how to master at least a part of each section.
Personally I feel that I have become more of an evaluator. The reason I say that is because I have found the key functions that are needed to complete and master a well bodied paper.