Retrospecting about 1102( Midterm Reflection)

When I walked into the internal environment of English 1102 I assumed it would be a traditional style of class. The connected chairs and desks were lined up in a formal way that signifies that the class is a traditional setting. The professor’s desk was placed in front of the whole class rather than being placed in the middle. Also, the white board was stationed behind the desk. So through these physical features, it was easy to conclude that it was going to be another “English class” that was required for my major. After an introduction of the class given by the professor, the regular grading system was replaced by a point system. classroom setting Before even delving into the the contents of the assignments I have to complete, the whole idea of the point system changed my perception on how I do my school work. Everyone involved in the class are more connected than we think. The amount of points everyone received were relative to each other, which made the class atmosphere more competitive. There will be outliers who don’t care whether or not if we had a point system or not, but for the most part, the points makes us be more aware of our class surroundings. example of a point system( not a class version though) The style of research is different than how I usually do them, because of one major factor; intensive use of your website. I was taught to write in forms of indented block paragraphs that flowed and remain cohesive throughout the text without the use of other modes of communications. The...
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