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  This Writer's Journal will serve a variety of purposes, but all of them will contain pertinent concepts from the ASU ENG 101 course. The Writer's Journal is a place for self-reflection, and to share knowledge among peers. I hope you enjoy reading the following journal entries.

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Writer's Journal #19

When preparing for essay number 5, I reviewed the rubric to confirm my understanding of this assignment. The first website that I...

Writer's Journal #20

My thinking about the writing process and rhetorical knowledge has changed throughout the course of English 101. First, this course...

Writer's Jornal #18

Just in the mere month of June, I facetimed acquaintances 47 times. Out of these, my mother was called 28 times. The primary usage of...

Writer's Journal #17

In my middle and high school English classes I would write to a rigid structure. I would first put an introduction paragraph; then I...

Writer's Journal #16

When I first opened up the ASU Universal Learners Course Catalog, my eyes automatically stared into this alluring course. It stated in...

Writer's journal #15

Our words and how we deploy them in writing can cause our audiences to act in the world. These actions can have consequences for our...

Writer's Journal #14

Almost every day, I use Twitter. I communicate regularly with a broad range of audiences. Before, I used to imagine that everybody in the...

Writer's Journal #13

To first answer this, we must know what audience addressed means versus audience invoked. According to JSTR, "The "addressed" audience...

Writer's Journal #12

I confidently finished my free-writing activity of paper 2. As I fixed minor errors and spelling, such as changing the word “ accsesable”...

Writer's Journal #11

8.5 billion people search on Google each day. Google-and the Google community-have become one of the most important aspects of society....

Writer's Journal #9

I woke up to a notification from Canvas. Excitedly, I opened it to reveal that my submission for paper number one had revisions attached....

Writer's Journal #10

It’s seven pm as the sun rolls down over a temperate Boston. People flood one of Boston’s most attractive locations, Fenway Park. This...

Writer's Journal #8

In general terms, primary insight in a piece of writing is a conclusion to an argument or a recommendation for a course of action. The...

Writer's Journal #7

A key to learning to write is gaining new methods. In this course, I was taught many, like planning and looping. Looping is a freewriting...

Writer's Journal #6

Writing is known as a relaxing endeavor. When writing becomes anxious, it becomes a task. This class is about self-discovery and...

Writing Journal #5

Writing is a fascinating process. Fundamentally, the writing process begins with invention, planning, drafting, revising, and editing....

Writer's Journal #4

It was a bitter day at my university, as my classmates and I prepared for our final exam results. As the glacial winter wind bit at our...

Writer's Journal #3

I approached the Writer's Journals assignments so far with excitement and writing integrity. Whenever I see the assigned writing journal,...

Writer's Journal #2

The literary narrative assignment is shockingly intriguing. The literacy narrative assignment is a first-person narrative that describes...

Writer's Journal #1

The act of writing is to communicate thoughts to a group of individuals in an enticing manner. This may seem similar to speech, yet...

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