May 23 2012
In English I think I’m knowledgeable.
I think this because I know different literacy techniques, and can define them in writing. Also because when I look at a piece of writing (mainly focusing on House on Mango Street) I enjoy and think I am successful in finding the deeper meaning in it.
Another learner profile I believe I am is open-minded.
I believe this because cause I think that open-minded also means looking at things in different points of view. I think I do this in both inspecting writing, and writing stories. When I write stories, for example the 50 word story, I try write different types of view, not only one type. When I inspect writing, mainly vignettes, I try find the deeper meaning.
And lastly, I think I’m reflective.
If I wasn’t reflective, I wouldn’t be able to do this right now. I know what I can improve on. I can improve on more sophisticated writing, instead of writing like I speak. I can see what I’m good at. I can see when a piece of work is good, and when it’s not. Regardless of how good my writing was in the past, I always know there’s room for improvement.
And that is what I think I show in my English class.
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