In the beginning of the year I was terrible; all I did was rush. Now I’m an amazing writer. My writing flows and creates a sense of understanding.
I was a “teller” writer, meaning I was good, but I didn’t show a lot. I am now a writer that uses techniques and shows a lot. Also, I give good details.
In the beginning of the year I would describe myself as an okay writer. Now I would describe myself as a more descriptive, dedicated writer.
I now describe myself as a writer who is much more attentive and gives more reasons in my writing. I describe myself as much more attentive because I understand what I’m supposed to do. As for giving more reasons, my readers understand my writing more now than in the beginning of the year.
In the beginning of the year, I would describe myself as being distracted in writing and not wanting to write. Now I describe myself as wanting to write.
I think that I’ve grown so much as a writer. I would describe myself as a great writer. I explain my (illegible) and make it clear.
I don’t think I was a very good writer in the beginning of the year. I couldn’t write with much depth. I think I’ve grown as a writer. I can work on my editing, but I’m much better now at writing than I was in the beginning of the year.
I would say that I didn’t really have my work planned out and I would need my partner’s help a lot. I can say I’ve mastered writing now.”
In the beginning I thought I was the worst writer ever. Now I say I’ve gotten so much better at writing since September; my entries are better.
Someone who was not sure what to write and how to write (in the beginning). Now I’m a person who always has an idea to write about; someone who writes deep and long about their topic.
I asked my students how they’ve changed as writers from the beginning of the year until now. Here’s what a few of them said: