Friday, May 23, 2008
English involves many, many different things. From Greek mythology, to biographies, to even a sports column that uses techniques to lure reader's eyes. There is so much that everyone can have fun in relating to at least one type of literature associated with english. I found Greek mythology very interesting here, in the myth of sisyphus.
Brainstorming with mutiple people increases your discussion. The discussion can bring new ideas that you haven't thought of yet, and you will be helping other people. Here is an example; this is not the actual conversation, but what I got out of it.
Friday, April 18, 2008
Thursday, April 3, 2008
Leaving English homework for the last day before the deadline is something everyone has toyed with, even me, but in my opinion, you shouldn't play around with English homework. If you give a small amount of remaining time to do the work, everything is limited, for everything uses periods of time. There is little time to research, think idly, type or write, and you will also inflict yourself with stress. The lack of sleep lowers your brains current potential, and the stress' sweat will make you smell. Not to mention the acne problems you can have from obsessively procrastinating English work.
Aside with having fun with English, you can also exercise your ability to write with serious, analytic writing projects. Instead of fun being your ultimate motivation, anticipating a personal growth in finishing the project would be what keeps a productive person like yourself to initiate such a project. Long, working hours is required.
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
From experience and with personal opinion, I believe you have the most fun in writing while you feel as though your work is reachng a high level of creativity. The writer will see innovation in his writing, will become excited in seeing it as so, and then will continue to write to furfill their feeling of excitement. I myself went through this process when writing my college essay. I wrote whatever I wanted and became so enthusiastic and excited that I saw a potential in the ending result, and worked towards it. My strive was to the point where I was using the best of my grammer, and spending a lot of time into the piece of literature.
Try to have Fun!
Try to have Fun!