1.) What did you do in order to make your description more vivid in this poem, that you want to use on your next writing piece, NO MATTER WHAT IT’S ABOUT?
Something I did to make my poem more descriptive was to use figurative language. For example one of my sentences was, ¨Sam, who holds a secret like it's a million dollars.¨ Samantha is personally one of my best friends so this simile symbolized that she's a very trustful person and if you tell her something she won't go and tell everyone , she will keep it to herself.
2.) What did you learn about doing effective research about your “client” through interviews? (We’ll be conducting interviews with strangers in our next project).
I learned to really take the interview seriously. Like I mentioned above Samantha is a good friend of mine so sometimes during our interview time we would get distracted and begin talking about something else and this affected us in our writing. During the writing process I had to constantly go back and ask her more questions that we didn't discuss the first time around. In the end it definitely impacted me in a resourceful way because I know that when the next time comes around I'll be prepared and won't get off task.
3.) What parts of the revision process were most useful to you? What do you want to make sure you do to revise your next writing piece, based on your experience with this one?
I really like Dr.Ps critique and I found it very useful. He was very specific on exactly what we ad to fix and it made the revision process much easier. For the next time I would like to receive critique from him again and ask whoever I'm writing about to highlight what doesn't seem like them. I also really liked that and I knew exactly which lines to change.