In this course, you have learned several employability skills: communication, problem solving, and innovation.
Here is your chance to put the finishing touches on examining what we hope has been a valuable experienceexamining yourself as the type of writer who produces the kind of work demanded in the world of professions and academia.
Reflect on how far you’ve come and how you can apply the skills youve learned throughout this course and beyond.
Assess your strengths as a writer, as you understand them, having completed the course. Think back on the course and your journey through the writing process and assess what you have learned along the way. In the provided worksheet, answer the following questions:
- Do I think my essay thesis was successful?
- What are my strengths as a writer?
- Thinking over the final draft of my persuasive research essay, what changes would I make to the essay?
- As a writer, what skills do I feel I need to work on and improve?
- What are three things that I learned in this course that will affect my writing in the future?
Your should meet the following requirements:
- Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
- Length: Fill-in each blank space in the tables with a small paragraph of 23 sentences. Do not list or bullet-point your answers.
- Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.