I decided to title this blog post by its file name, blog post 9, in an effort to express my appreciation for these types of writing assignments. Instead of our class instructor, Tanya Sasser, having the entire class write weekly essays, she allows us to express ourselves freely with blog posts. I really appreciate this style of teaching because not only are writing blogs slightly fun, but I also learn how to improve my writing skills. I am able to make needed improvements or adjustments from the feedback I am given about my blog posts from the course instructor, Ms. Sasser.
Admittedly, the beginning of this course commenced rather bumpy; I had a rough start. I really was not comfortable writing blogs; neither did I enjoy using Google Plus. The first actual blog assignments that I completed, was not done to the best of my ability. Honestly, they were horrible! However, thanks to the feedback that I received from Ms. Sasser about my blog posts, I was able to make the adjustments and improve my writings. Subsequently, my blog posts actually got better. My writing is not perfect, but I show improvements with every blog post.
As I mentioned earlier, this blog post is an expression of appreciation for the teaching style of the course instructor, and since I had never written any blogs prior to this course, I am also grateful to have learned this writing skill. I have addressed certain ares of my writing with this blog post and I am sure that my future blog posts will be even better.