English Have Learned Valuable Communication Term Paper

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A appreciate the fact that this English course also included sections on writing effective narrative papers. I found narrative papers to be fun to write because they involve storytelling and rich descriptive language. I feel more creative writing narrative papers, which is why I prefer writing them, as opposed to research papers. When we write narrative papers, I can draw from personal experience, which makes the writing process easier than it is during the process of writing a research paper. Also, the techniques of writing narrative papers differ from the techniques of writing research and persuasive papers. Organization and focus is important, but the paper can be less formal in a narrative essay.

A found literary analysis papers to be among the most difficult to write. I found it very helpful to encounter some of the common techniques for approaching literary criticism. Learning about
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the different formats such as MLA was helpful, and I do feel that I have improved in my writing skills after learning some of the proper techniques of writing literary analysis papers. Because I do enjoy reading, I feel that my writing will improve as I write more about literature in the future.

Some of the most important things we learned in this class involved summarizing, paraphrasing, and quoting correctly. We learned about proper in-text citations in a number of different formats, as well as bibliographical formatting. Also, I'm glad this class clarified and distinguished between the different ways to quote and refer to other authors. Avoiding plagiarism is easy when we are aware of the proper way to cite other people's writing. In general, the material contained in this English course has been thorough and helpful and I gained a lot from this course.

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