End of Course Newsletter

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End of Course Newsletter

  1. 1. Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/96515776@N00/4758158739 YOU’VE REACHED THE END OF ENGLISH COMPOSITION Good luck Writers, You’ve made it to the end! I would like to thank each and every one of you for helping to make this course a success. When the course started, many of you expressed a dislike for writing. What I hope you are leaving with is an understanding that writing can be simultaneously informative and artful. better means a lot more than just better academically--that perhaps the process of attending a college is transformative if you allow it to be. My experience was that I left college as not only a better artist, but a better person. If you are open-minded about your studies and what your classmates, Instructors, and courses have to offer, this might happen for you as well. I’ve said this to a few of you already, but nobody attends college because they already know everything. People attend college to learn how to be better. I think that being Again, thank you so much for sharing your work this month. Whether or not you dislike writing, the act of writing itself is a risk. You’re putting your ideas on a page Instructor NICOLE OQUENDO Email NOQUENDO@FULLSAIL.COM for your Instructor and peers to read. This is a tremendous feat, and you should all give yourselves credit for making it through to the end, no matter what the outcome. I love when students update me with what they’re working on. Feel free to contact me via email or on AIM at noquendo@fullsail.com and let me know how you’re doing. I would be honored to help in any way I can. Best, Nicole Phone (407) 679-0100 EXT. 7907

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