When it came to answering the question about the possible futures of my topic, climate change, I found that I had to constantly go back and forth between my paper and multiple databases in order to find evidence to support my new claims. As such, I found myself more capable of fluently implementing pieces of evidence without ruining the overall flow of my sentences.
Additionally, I made it a focus for this paper specifically to ensure that each of my paragraphs had a reason for being there and fit in with my thesis, resulting in a lot of typing and backspacing in order to fit these criteria.
Since this research paper is the longest assignment I had ever done for this class, I figured that an outline was absolutely necessary. As such, I made an extensive outline that road mapped my thought processes and linked together ideas that I could easily transition through in my essay. This outline made my life so much easier because instead of typing on my actual essay document, which is full of lines and words that honestly just confuse me and ruin my thoughts, I was able to break down each paragraph bit-by-bit with no confusion.
With this, I was able to create fluency in my writing, first by introducing the issue of climate change, then its effects on our world and communities, and finally what people are doing to combat it. Throughout this I was able to answer the question on the possible futures of climate change, which depends on society’s combined efforts to fight against it.