Assignment: Metacognitive Assessment

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Cheryl A. Halcomb December 4, 2012 Metacognitive Assessment Narrative Word Count: 435 Narrative Part I: What challenges did you face in writing this paper? Be specific; for example, did you procrastinate before beginning? Not understand how to structure it? Not fully understand the assignment? Not ask the right questions? How did you overcome these challenges? Be sure to use the vocabulary of the writer!! Challenges I faced while writing this paper primarily consisted of procrastination. The truth is, I knew that I was going to use an old paper, but procrastinated on revision. The morning of peer critique, I woke up in labor and knew that I was not going to make it to class. I had an old copy of the narrative and asked my sister to deliver it to Amber. It made it, but I was not able to ever make any revisions, so…show more content…
Again, be specific. Did you feel like your reader (me) understood what you were trying to say? (This last question won’t apply to Paper 4, since you won’t know in time.) What I liked most about this paper would have to be that it was based on the relationship between Justin and I. Now, it’s very reminscent due to the family issues that have arose since Xander’s birth. I am pretty confident that you understood what I was trying to say. Part 4: What did you enjoy about the writing process during this paper? Pick out your favorite sentence(s) and write them here. Looking back at when I actually wrote this paper, I enjoyed it mostly because I truly love Justin. No matter what happens from now on, he and I will have always shared an amazing time together. Not only that we are now tied together forever through our son, Xander. =) Justin greeted me with a kiss and “You look beautiful.” Justin greets me with a kiss and “Stop it. You look beautiful.” “If Jack’s in love, he’s no judge of Jill’s Beauty.” This holds true between Justin and I. How I know is simple. Mwah. You look

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