SUBJECT AREA English Language
CREATED ON 18th July 2018
COMPLETED ON 18th July 2018
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Reflections on Myself as a Reader/Writer/Researcher

Assignment: After an intensive semester of reading, writing, grammar, and research in this classroom community, hopefully, you are seeing yourself in a new light. For your final exam and for the audience of your instructor you will write a final, timed essay reflecting on your emerging identity as a reader, writer, and researcher. Question to respond to: How have you changed as a writer in our class? Your response must use one quote from S. Covey's book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and one quote from the readings that will follow on the next page. You must use a minimum of these two quotes and properly credit them in your writing.
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