Reflective Essay on Public Argument
My reflection takes on the public argument on Golf as a game that generates synergy and cohesion among people. Based on this accord, I consider both my written and spoken English as excellent, because I generated new ideas on different topics. This generalization is based on fundamental schools of thoughts that make me believe that my work has improved due to the rigorous trainings in writing that we have experienced. The following reasons justify my areas of strengths as well as the areas of weaknesses.
Based on the public argument regarding golf, I can attest that I applied the best approach at beginning the topic. Initially, I began by providing a good introduction on how golf is played and how it has effected on the society. In this context, I gave a brief overview of the golf and how it is perceived in the entire social framework. ...view middle of the document...
The next score and skill that I command involves the transition and generation of supportive ideas to the main argument. Considering the various parts of the essay, it is important to have a logical flow of information with the view of keeping audience attracted to the argument. This is yet another important aspect that I developed alongside my course work. For example, I stated the consequences of playing golf and how it implies on the idea of social cohesion and integration. Indeed, this is a great aspect of communication that evolved from class work teaching to practical application into an argument. The power of a student is measured in his/her arguments on a given topic. The logical transition and scrutiny of the main issues in a piece of argument generate its effectiveness (Da, Cunha 81). In the two pieces of work, I claim that my arguments and selection of key issues has advanced from a humble beginning to a sophisticated level. This is another aspect that I have gained throughout my writing experience as a student.
The third style and writing aspect that has significantly changed involves the termination of points, or simply the conclusion. In my conclusion, I captured an overview to the main topic. For example, I concluded on the importance of golf to the society, and that it is not just a game for the rich. In this view, I provided vivid sets of recommendations regarding the main topic of discussion. Having a comprehensive conclusion gives an upper hand to an argument.
Despite these advantages, my strength has always remained within certain areas of analysis. Principally, I did not perform well in topics on other spheres of life but only majored in social areas, particularly within the periphery of our learning scope. This is a weakness that I must rectify in the future since argument is based on the capability of an individual to think beyond borders (Da, Cunha 123). Meanwhile, my entire writing and reading skills have improved throughout the course.
Da, Cunha D. Debating Singapore: Reflective Essays. Singapore: Inst. of Southeast Asian Studies, 2004. Print.