Anything at Random V

Journalism

This was my first decent post here in this blog: AA Klenk: The Story Behind the Sweet Face

Alright, so because of roxyisferox, I started to blog freely like a journalist. Like what my fourth year high school English teacher taught me, journalism is freedom of the press.

“You should’ve taken up Journalism.”

That was my first choice in UST. When my fourth year high school Math teacher asked us our course in UST, I said, “I passed journalism.”

Thomasian-graduate teachers

Our Math teacher during fourth year high school was the coolest and the most down-to-earth. He loves Math so much and his profession as a teacher. He actually tops all the teachers who come from normal schools since he’s a Thomasian. Thomasian graduates who completed a BSEd degree or a master’s degree are usually the ones who teach better than the legends of your high school/college; they’re usually the most down-to-earth people you’ll ever encounter.

The concept of an essay

Like what I said, I suck in writing academic essays. You really won’t trust me when I’ll be the one who will help you to create a damn good essay. Alright, so this time I am wasting electricity.

Well, it’s actually a good exercise. Writing a good essay should not be out of topic. Writing a good essay should always be within the topic or else… people won’t understand the concept of an “essay.”

How do I write my essays under “Anything at Random” posts?

1.) Drafting – draft using direct stream of consciousness.
2.) Finalizing – write it directly onto your blog.

That’s all I could say right now. 😀

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Posted on October 11, 2011, in Department of Liberal Arts, Extremes and Randoms, Literature, On the Spotlight, Opinion and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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