Discuss your own writing this semester: include strengths, areas that need work, and future writing plans.

Final Exam: ReflectionThis Final Exam is due before 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, April 27. (There is not “until” date; the drop box will close on April 27.)Self-assessment is an important aspect of taking control of our writing, considering strengths as well as areas needing improvement.Prompt: Discuss your own writing this semester: include strengths, areas that need work, and future writing plans.Include examples from your own writing this semester. Examples should come from major essay assignments and discussions. Essays must be included.Include specific feedback. Feedback should include examples from instructor feedback in essays and discussions; peer reviews in discussions, and tutor sessions in the Learning Commons and Smarthinking.Before writing this entry, students should read the following section in The Norton Field Guide: Assessing Your Own Writing on pages 343 to 347.Write 600 words. Stay within 25 words of this assignment word count.
96806538 minutes agoWrite 600 words. Stay within 25 words of this assignment word count.RequirementsThese requirements are also a detailed rubric for this assignment:Do not use any other sources other than your own writing, sources provided in class, and comments from tutors. Do not use other Internet sources.Follow basic essay format: Introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion.Create a focused thesis that is based on the assignment and that has an assertion, an opinion.Create topic sentences that reflect the thesis content and order and that have an assertion, an opinion. Create topic sentences that also serve as umbrellas for their paragraphs.Boldface thesis and topic sentences. (I want to see what you consider as your thesis and topic sentences.)Develop paragraphs with examples, as noted at the beginning of this assignment.Submit your writing in MLA paper format. Essays with missing or incorrect MLA paper format earn up to 15 fewer points.Essays with serious sentence-level errors may earn a failing grade.Document examples using MLA-style documentation. Essays with incorrect or missing documentation may earn a failing grade. Documenting sources: The Norton Field Guide, use work in an anthology entry; handouts in class, include the title of the handout and date of access; classmate’s feedback, include classmates name, first, last, and the location in class, for example, Discussion 1; tutors, include tutors name, if available, tutoring location, for example, Learning Commons or Smarthinking; your own writing, include your name, last, first, and location of work and comments, for example, Discussion 1 or Essay 2.Extra-Credit (Five extra points for this essay grade.)Write a well-developed paragraph of at least 200 words offering your advice to future ENC1102 students. . Place Extra Credit at the end of one document. Submit one document for grading.