The Mid-Semester Assessment

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CT101 is one of the most unique classes I have ever taken. It has taught me so many things that I have longed to learn about in such a short period of time. I have gone from a blog writing novice to a…well…I’m still that. My growth, however, is rapid and my goals are high so I am confident in my future. I may not be at A level yet, but I will try my best to rise to the cream of the crop!

This class has taught me to be less intimidated by the internet’s vast amount of websites and tools that foster our creativity. I was too afraid to tackle the creation of GIFs on my own because I thought they were way more complex than they are. Now that this class has pushed me to create a few, I have confidence that I could RUN the GIF game just like Professor Seslow. (Coming for you Professor)

As you can tell from this post, my GIF choices have also improved when it comes to memes. I have put a lot more effort into using more flamboyant language to spice it up a little bit. I want everyone to crack at least one smile while reading my ridiculous wording of my post.

I hold myself to a high level when it comes to creating anything so although I think I am doing well, I also know I can improve my work and push my posts to the next level. This class has taught me to have more fun with my classes. I have always taken classes so seriously, but classes like this help develop self expression through writing. A little bit of levity can turn the most boring project into a fun activity if you have the right mindset.

I am always pushing myself to try something different so I can keep the eyes on my work and shine through all of my posts. I believe that many of my classmates are talented in that aspect and that challenges the competitive part in me. By the end of this class, I want my body of work to speak for itself.

Here is my BODY of work so far. Enjoy 😀

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