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  • Start of the Semester
  • That paper can wait! I'll start and finish it tomorrow night...
  • Midterm
  • Lesson of the Day: Peter Elbow's The Need for Care: Easy Speaking onto the Page Is Never Enough
  • Annotated Bibliography .................. .................. .................. ..................
  • C-
  • Oh no! I totally deserve this grade. I guess this is what happens after you procrastinate...
  • Few weeks Later
  • Lesson of the Day: Writing about Writing: "Past Experiences and Future Attitudes in Literacy”
  • Annotated Bibliography 2nd Attempt .................. .................. .................. ..................
  • A
  • Yes! Hard work really does pay off. I bet if I revised the first time I would of been happier with my grade.
  • In the beginning of the semester, I thought I could get away with procrastinating when it came to my papers. I didn't put to use any of the drafting techniques I learned last semester.
  • I procrastinated to no end when it came to my annotated bibliography. I was so eager to turn in my project that when I finally finished I did not even proofread. This yielded an imperfect unpolished project. Ex: “s. They served as a great introduction to my and it was pleasan to read more informal text with colloquial language”.
  • Now , I can clearly see how procrastination leads to imperfect and unpolished work. Before, I procrastinated but after seeing the mistakes and the grade I earned I was able to recognize how detrimental it was to my writing. I’ve gathered that by allotting adequate time to complete papers I am reserving time to begin the recursive revision process. Ex: “This served as a great introduction to the research process because it was pleasant to read more informal text with colloquial language”.
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