reflection on learning letter

Directions: 
There is not necessarily a “right” way to direct your reflection, though your reflection should be thorough and thoughtful writing and a minimum of three paragraphs, and at least 500 words. Additionally, should you reference from any course texts, ensure that you properly cite your sources (in-text & works cited).
This is an honest, open, and substantive reflection opportunity. You can discuss things you enjoyed and think went well as well as aspects of the course that you would like to constructively critique, including teaching methods, texts, and assignments that you feel could be altered to better serve students in future semesters. I thank you in advance for any constructive, candid, and helpful feedback on how to make the course stronger. 
Additionally, I would like you to be candid and constructive regarding your own learning and effort in the course. 

Did you ask questions? participate in discussions? complete the reading in advance? access materials in Canvas regularly? submit assignments on time and avoid procrastination? 
What strategies to be successful in the course did you employ? 

For your thesis or main point, you should focus on how to summarize your overall experience learning to write in an academic context over the course of the semester. 
If you need a refresh on any of the topics or learning objectives we have discuss in this course I have provided a brief overview below. Feel free to integrate as you see fit. 

when setting up MLA if you could use this

Hailey Dougherty 
Professor Sylvester
English Compostion 101
December 9th,2021

Course Objectives:

L.O.1. Apply a multi-stage composing and revising process to produce essays.
L.O.2. Apply conventions aligned to varied writing situations.
L.O.3. Demonstrate information literacy.
L.O.4. Synthesize information for a specific rhetorical aim.
L.O.5. Document source material in accordance with at least one recognized documentation style (e.g., MLA or APA).
L.O.6. Apply active reading strategies                                                                                                                              
Course Objectives:
L.O.1. Apply a multi-stage composing and revising process to produce essays.

L.O.2. Apply conventions aligned to varied writing situations.
L.O.3. Demonstrate information literacy.
L.O.4. Synthesize information for a specific rhetorical aim.
L.O.5. Document source material in accordance with at least one recognized documentation style (e.g., MLA or APA).
L.O.6. Apply active reading strategies.