Discuss what you learned in this class. (It is a writing class so you can improvise what you might learn from one).What readings have been particularly important for you and why? What did you learn about the relationship between writing and research? What did you learn about research ethics? What concepts will be useful for you in the future and why? Be sure to include descriptions of the readings and concepts as well as rationales for how you intend to apply them in the future.
Final reflection Name Course Instructor Date Writing is an important aspect of communication where one practices to articulate thoughts and represent ideas. Written communication that is persuasive should have sound arguments, and learning improves writing skills while reading other peoples’ work is necessary to identify flaws in arguments. As a student gets more knowledgeable on a subject, they become articulate and are better to argue their viewpoints. Even in cases where readers may have a different opinion on a subject matter, sound arguments in writing that frame an issue in a convincing manner is necessary. At the same time, the writing skills are transferable to the workplace given the need to communicate clearly to avoid misunderstandings and maintain a professional demeanor. Critiquing other writers work is one of