when we have to post some type of english assignment online...like...we are suppose to read some book and then type about it....
i tend to avoid the reading part and simply type something up really quick after skimming through the book.
the funny part is when the professor calls out my writing in particular as an example as to what is required.
i didnt read. hopefully you are reading this.
reviewing other responses from the classmates makes some type of subconcious impression on me with regards to how i view their skills.
some talk soooooo much head in class but when they post their responses it's like....YO, YOU DIDNT READ EITHER DID U???
i think the thing is this - IM IN THE WRONG CLASS. i did it backwards.
freshman year i took the TOUGHEST english and the professors doubted me.
Theory and Criticism. I got a B +.
Now I'm like a senior...so far everything has been pretty easy. Tiring, but fairly easy. but now i'm taking this class that was suppose to be the intro to english? who knows.... i call it English: seems like a waste of time!
ill give an example of some, nameless, classmate who doesn't seem as though they really read any of the text.
it takes a non reader to know a non read - YOU DIG?
Out of the reading of chapter five through ten, I found a few things
interesting in chapter six. This chapter, “Path I: Writing, Editing, and
Publishing,” was the most informative for myself personally. This is
because I wish to be a writer or a researcher with a focus in literature
and history when I finish my education. There were two things that came
as a surprise to me. For one, I didn’t know that being a researcher was
a job in itself. I always thought it was a side job as a writer. Another
thing I didn’t realize was the type of training required to become a
successful writer, especially in creative writing. One aspect I didn’t
know about was that writers “must stick to a schedule, whether of time
or number of pages.” (88). The information in this chapter is very
important to my future career because it gives useful facts, for example
I know what training I will need in the future.
we are advised to read the work of others. it's an online class. (at least in this online class, the constant laughter at ridiculous jokes is out of the picture)
but I am sick and tired of those who are on a high horse in class and then when they post...it's like....are you serious??
and they say we should compete, we need to challenge to excel...
i need a challenge. smh smh smh
i posted this:
One thing that I really enjoyed when reading these chapters is how the difficulty of
making the transition from college to the workplace is actually mentioned in the text.
This lets me know that the information being presented is valuable in the sense that the
writer is already familiar with what we as college students will have to eventually
endure. A new respect is given to the text upon reading this. Another thing that I
thought was very interesting is how the various earnings one could possibly make with
an English degree are listed. I appreciate the honesty of the text on page 116 where it
says, in regard to teaching english, that "this discipline is among the lowest paid of all
disciplines". Another thing that I appreciate about these chapters is how I am provided
with information concerning the different methods that I can use towards finding a
career. Overall this book is very useful and I will definitely be referring back to it in the
future if ever I am in need of help...Shout out to my man KILLA! DIPSET
this is just a game.
hip hop right now is just another english class