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My English Class Experience. English is one subject I dreaded. This semester being my second semester in university; I was told by advisor that I had to do English Composition

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English is one subject I dreaded. This semester being my second semester in university; I was told by advisor that I had to do English Composition (1). My back was up against a wall as I had no choice in coming to terms with this subject chosen for me. My first week into the semester I was place into a classroom with and average of forty students. ...read more.

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The nights could be cold due to the nearby rivers and springs near by as to such most people could hear their beds calling from home. Mr. Dolabaille the class lecturer is like a God sent to the school. I did not realize the different techniques he uses in his style of teaching which brings a lot of humor and uncontrollable laughter to the class. ...read more.

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In my quiet moments alone, I would reminisce and smile to myself thinking about the funny moments in class and yet remembering ways of putting what I was taught into practice. Despite my dislike towards the subject at first I am now beginning to fall in love with it. Other teachers should take note and make and extra effort to captivate their classroom attention rather than teaching a topic without any emphasis. Due to my wonderful experience I am now contemplating on deciding on doing English Composition (2) in my next semester. Thanks to Mr. Dolabaille. ...read more.

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