This student is demonstrating that after you write a paper it might not fit the exact criteria needed. She is demonstrating the course outcome of produce effective written communication demonstrating appropriate use of language, sentence structure, grammar, and mechanics. She's editing her paper to make sure that it is appropriate language, and that there aren't any grammatical errors. This will help us later on in life for any type of writing that need be done, but mostly business writing. We have learned that there is a different type of text that you use when you are writing a business letter. Knowing this can save you embarrassment in your future by knowing how to properly write.
Another class activity that we have done in this class to help with the course outcome above is that we were told to write a text out to our best friend saying we won tickets to an out-of-state concert. Then, after we were told to write an email asking a professor for an extension on a paper that happened to be due on the day of the concert. Lastly, we were told to write a note to a person of your choice asking them for some extra spending money. Throughout writing those three things I learned that there is a major difference between how you write to different people. This will help all of us in life because it is super important to know the different types of writing, and when to use them. That way you don't send your professor or boss an informal email, making you sound uneducated.