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Sample Reflective Essay #2Author: Nekisa Mahzad I have been a student at California State University Channel Islands (CI) for 5 semesters, and over the course of my stay I have grown and learned more that I thought possible.
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When I realized I couldn’t keep up with football practice and essays, I decided to hire someone to complete the homework for me.There are a couple of things that I do feel I lack the confidence and skill to perform, and that is what I hope to gain from participating in Capstone.I am scared to teach because I don't know how to share my knowledge with others-students who may have no idea what I am talking about.I can remember being told numerous times in community college to "organize your thoughts" or "provide more support and examples". I did not formulate my own ideas and support them with the works of others.These are the things that I have worked on and improved over the past couple of years and I feel that my work shows this. The classes I have taken the past couple semesters have really help me shed that bad habit and write better papers with better ideas.I have learned here how to write and express myself, how to think for myself, and how to find the answers to the things that I don't know.Most importantly I have learned how important literature and language are. Instead of writing a paper for my final project in Perspectives of Multicultural Literature (ENGL 449), I decided with a friend to venture to an Indian reservation and compare it to a book we read by Sherman Alexie.From these classes I learned about the world, its people and its history; through literature I learned how we as humans are all related.By writing about what we learn and/or what we believe, we are learning how to express ourselves.I know that my ability to write and express my ideas, thoughts and knowledge has grown stronger each semester.I have always struggled to put my thoughts on paper in a manner that is coherent and correct according to assignments. In these early papers, I would just restate what we learned in class and what I had found in my research.