This course helped me improve my overall writing skills, but along the way I struggled with some of the concepts. The annotated bibliography was something I've never done before this semester. When I read over the essay three assignment and saw that it was something that was required I didn't know what to expect. When I first started it I was stressed because all the sources I chose for my essay had tons of information on them, and I didn't even know where to begin when having to annotate each one to certain requirements. As I got to my third one it started to become easier and began to flow. I think the fact that it was new to me made me believe I was going to struggle more than I did.
Another point in the semester when I struggled was essay two when we were required to use Adobe Slate. At first glance I had no idea what I was doing or if how I was doing it was correct. I thought my essay was going to be a disaster. The more I worked with Adobe Slate and figured out how to use it properly, I learned that it was my favorite way to compose a paper, and that it was actually really fun to work with.
All the essays were interesting to write about, but essay two was where I struggled. When writing this essay it was hard for me write a full paper arguing over Making a Murderer that would interest my readers. Finding sources for this essay was hard as well because it was hard to find credible information that backed up my exact opinion. A couple times throughout writing I wondered if I should change my topic but then I started to catch on and ended making a final paper I was happy with.
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