Writing for the humanities and arts

This course has definitely been one of my most interesting classes this semester, at first it was a bit overwhelming to get a professor who wanted to talk with us and not to us. This class has been a different dynamic than my other classes, in this class I was able to be myself and express my voice freely. As an undergraduate student this class has helped me grow as a student and as a person. Im truly grateful that I was part of this class and community.

As a college student, I can reflect on my experiences in a writing course that I took during my time as an undergraduate student. In this class, I not only learned different strategies and formats for writing but also had the opportunity to embrace my own unique style as a writer.

The course structure allowed for a balance between learning techniques and enjoying the process of writing. By exploring various approaches to writing, I was able to identify my personal strengths and weaknesses as a writer. While I am capable of producing well-structured pieces, I realized that adding emotions and connecting with my audience were aspects I needed to work on.

One of the most valuable aspects of this course was the opportunity to give feedback on my peers’ work and receive constructive criticism on my own. This allowed me to identify features of a writer’s style and organization that I could incorporate into my own work. Additionally, the professor created a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone felt comfortable sharing their work and opinions.

Overall, this writing course taught me to embrace my own unique writing style while also developing the skills needed to create impactful and engaging pieces. I value the opportunity to receive feedback from my peers and reflect on my own strengths and weaknesses. This experience served as a reminder that writing is not just about structure and format but also about connecting with your audience and conveying emotions through your words.