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Write a ?1000 words Reflective Essay. Please use first person pronouns such as ?I? or ?me? in the essay.?

Do not use citation. Just write a narrative essay.


ENG 194 ? Spring 2016

 


 

Writing Project 4: Reflective Essays

 

In the final writing project, I ask you to write a reflective essay that examines and

 

observes the progress of your individual experience as a student in ENG 194. While

 

you may explain and analyze your development as a writer, you could also discuss

 

future goals

 

The essay should include a discussion of the strengths you have developed as a

 

writer as well as your weaknesses. In other words, you may reflect on the progress

 

you have made and have not made. Closely related to these weaknesses, you could

 

also discuss what prevented you from making the improvements that you hope you

 

could make, and what you may do to improve in the future.

 

Reflective essays are based upon your own experiences, so it is expected that you

 

write about yourself, your ideas, and your opinions. As a result, it is completely

 

acceptable to use first person pronouns such as ?I? or ?me? in the essay. Since the

 

reflective essay is built upon personal experience, you can be as creative as

 

necessary. At the same time, do not let a focus on creativity take precedence over

 

the important task of proving to your reader how you have grown as a student.

 

A common structure for reflective essays is as follows:

 

Introduction

 

Introductions to reflective essays do not need to be longer than one paragraph in

 

length. When writing an introduction, present the purpose of your reflection

 

without giving your reader too much detail about the body of your paper. In the

 

introduction, it is also helpful to tell your reader if you met your goals or the goals of

 

the class/project. Later, in the body of the reflection, you can explain how these

 

goals were or were not met in greater detail. Think of the introduction as a brief

 

preview to the rest of your reflection.

 

Body

 

The body should discuss in detail your development as a student. For instance, how

 

did you grow over the course of the class? What have you learned? Can you apply

 

what you have learned to your future academic or life pursuits? How did you or did

 

you not meet your goals or the goals of the class/project you were involved in? This

 

is slightly different from what you should discuss in your introduction. Do not just

 

tell the reader whether or not you met these goals. Rather, show the reader by using

 

illustrations from class or other relevant experiences. Are there any skills you can

 

improve on? If so, how do you plan on doing so in the future?

 


 

ENG 194 ? Spring 2016

 


 

Conclusion

 

In the conclusion of a reflective essay, you should remind the reader of the ways in

 

which you have developed as a student. This may seem redundant since you already

 

discussed these things in detail in your essay?s body, but remember that the

 

conclusion is the last thing your audience will read. As a result, leave no doubt in the

 

reader?s mind that your essay clearly demonstrates how you have grown.

 

Format: about 1000 words, double spaced.

 


 

Writing Tips:

 


 


 


 


 


 

When you brainstorm ideas, think through each project we have done in this

 

class: the formal email to a professor, the interview, the team presentation,

 

the job application letter. Try to recall how you completed each project, what

 

skills you have developed from each one, what difficulties you have

 

encountered, what went well, what did not go so well, how you would do it

 

differently.

 

Consider ?transferrable skills.? How can you apply (or have you applied) the

 

skills you developed in this class to other contexts?

 

Consider successes and failures. While you should definitely end the

 

semester by celebrating your successes, failures can also be great learning

 

experiences. If something did not go very well, why was it? What could you

 

do differently to make things better? Don?t be afraid to talk about things that

 

did not go well. Remember I?m grading how deep you analyze your own

 

experience. I?m not grading your successes or failures.

 


 

 

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