In what ways do you see specific skills and ways of thinking about reading, writing, and researching helping you in your classes next year? How about in your classes beyond that (if applicable?)
In what ways do you see the skills and ways of thinking about reading, writing, and research helping you elsewhere in your future life–at work, or in your personal life.
I have learned a lot of valuable things about analyzing sources for information and credibility, how to form argument in an essay, and how to use information that one might find in sources to form an argument. I can use this in my next classes if I ever need to come to conclusions about sources, or need to form an argument, whether about literature, gender studies, or psychology.
I have learned in this class, how powerful writing can be, whether in a source itself, or by your own writing process, through constructive criticism, or by developing and shaping your thinking through the gathering of information and by the conclusions that I came to after growing with each essay. This has changed how I converse with others and spark conversation where it is perhaps due.
I have learned so much about my abilities through this class, and I feel I have grown so much in my writing and my own thinking just through one semester.