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Writing reflection

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Writing reflection

  1. 1. There were many things that I learned during Honors English 10 this year. In our Sophomoreyear, one of the most important tests of the year was the 10th Grade Writing Test. To prepare forthis test, we had to learn how to properly organize a proper essay. Before this class, I was good atwriting essays, but I really feel that this class gave me the techniques required to write a well-constructed essay. In fact, my favorite part of this class was the week-long WRITINGPALOOZA!!! I particularly enjoyed this time because it allowed the two classes to cometogether, and permitted us to review helpful writing techniques.Of course, this class was conducted alongside AP World History, and it was very fun to learnhow many connections there are between English and history. In class, we learned about so manyunique cultures, and read so many interesting stories that actually made me want to learn aboutthe history of whatever we were studying. I feel confident in saying that our English class reallyinfluenced my interest in AP World History.Finally, this course really helped me in developing myself as a high school student. The projectsthat were assigned over the year were all fun, and each required me to go to new measures tocreate a new and interesting projects. This class pushed me farther than any class Ive ever hadbefore (except for the obvious AP World History), and I am so glad that I took this class. I amdefinitely looking forward to taking AP English next year!

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