The final exam is meant to encourage you to reflect on your experience in this class as a whole, and specifically, on your development as a writer.

The final exam is meant to encourage you to reflect on your experience in this class as a whole, and specifically, on your development as a writer.
In a well-developed and organized essay, explain how your writing has developed or improved from the beginning of the semester until now and what steps you have taken to make those improvements. Your essay should be about 2-3 pages, include an interesting title and be in accordance with MLA format (double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, etc.). Please allow enough time to brainstorm, proofread, revise, and edit. Essay should be as error-free as possible.
Consider your own writing process. How has it changed throughout the semester? What new tools, strategies, or techniques have you incorporated into your writing?  What have you learned from The Everyday Writer and the class presentations and discussions?  What improvements have you made in structure, organization, mechanics, revision, editing, etc.?  Has writing an essay become easier for you? If so, how?  What is the relation between reading and writing and critical thinking skills? Does your writing effectively express your views? Why or why not?  What part of the writing process is the most enjoyable? What part of the writing process is the most difficult? What have you done to make it easier? Has peer review been helpful to your writing? Why or why not?  What facets of your writing still need improvement? What can you do to continue to improve as a writer? 
Also, consider the nature of the class itself.  Has your thinking about the city in which you live/work/attend school changed since the beginning of the semester? If so, how? If not, why not? Why is it important to explore the topics we have discussed in class? Why is it important to write about one’s environment? How can writing about one’s surroundings help to improve one’s critical thinking skills? Has writing about these issues helped you to improve your writing? If so, how?

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