Unformatted text preview: writing and thinking process that led to the final product. Emphasize the most important changes you made and why you made them. • Most and least effective writing: Which essay of the semester is your strongest? Your weakest? Why? • Effect of peer response: How have your peers and other readers of your work affected the revisions you’ve made? • Showing what you’ve learned: What does your writing over the semester demonstrate about you as a writer, a student, a reader, a researcher? How? Be as specific as possible. Typical Problems in Reflective Essays: • Use of overly general and vague comments • Not enough specific details • Giving the teacher only what you think she wants whether it’s true or not • Critiquing the course (this is reserved for evaluations) • Comments that suggest you don’t take the assignment seriously...
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- Spring '10
- Writing, Times New Roman, Somerville, Reflection Essay Section