A reflective journal is an instrument for practicing writing and critical thinking. Use the notes and feedback left by the instructor in a previous assignment to reflect on what you have learned so far.
First reflect on any feedback, record your thoughts, responses and reactions. Be sure to note questions you have, or any confusion that may arise.
I am looking for your honest reflection and thoughts on your own writing and your understanding and response to my comments. There are no right or wrong answers, but I am looking for evidence of consideration and thought. A superficial analysis will lose points.
You should aim for about 300-500 words in your reflection. This is informal writing so I'm not looking for any particular format; however, you should still be grammatically correct and clearly written.
Asked by gonzalezkyle 4 years ago