Composition 1

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Topic 1: Getting to Know One Another as Writers

Prepare: Read the article “Set and Achieve Goals" by Linda Talley, take a brief tour of the Writing Center, and review the sample Discussion Board posts.

Post: Introduce yourself and share your goals.

Be sure to make your initial response early in the week and check back frequently to join in the discussion.

Begin by introducing yourself. Tell the class about your degree program and career plans.

Then, identify two specific goals you have for improving your reading and writing skills. Explain how one specific strategy from “Set and Achieve Goals” could help you achieve your goals for this course and identify one Writing Center resource you think might best help you achieve your goals. How confident are you that you will achieve these goals and become a stronger writer who is prepared for college and professional success?

Include an open-ended question about any issue your initial post raises which your classmates can help you with.

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IvyTommy
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Hello, everyone! My name is (INSERT FULL NAMES). I am an outgoing person, I love
engaging in outdoor activities, and I am not afraid of trying new things. I am excited to be in this
class, and I look forward to learning a lot.
I am pursuing a degree program in A...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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