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Introduction- A reflective essay is a form of writing that examines and observes the progress of the writer's individual experience. While reflective essays explain and analyze the development of the writer, they also discuss future goals. For this course I have written a total of four essays and for each one I have encountered challenges along the way. I will discuss the experiences, writing techniques, and processes or methods I have used or had with each essay.
im sorr, i wish i could help...i dont know what a reflective essay is though??
whats up @Destinyyyy
I dont really either @Skielerlucas04 Is my introdution good or does it need more work? @reneesweet17
yes it sounds good to me soo far good job
Okay thank you.
Introduction--Background and thesis First Body Paragraph-- Writing techniques (definition/example, persuasion/argument research essay, Comparison/contrast essay, and cause/ effect essay.) Processes and methods you used to create, draft, and revise your essays. Second Body Paragraph—Experiences Conclusion- Recap Where should I answer one or two of these questions at? • What do you still need to learn about writing? - Creating a thesis statement and transitions • What new approaches to writing have you discovered? - Unknown • Describe your progress through one writing assignment. What steps do you normally take? What steps will you continue to use outside of this course? And what are writing techniques?
@Mr.Z Can you please help me? Im really having a tough time with this.
A reflection essay shouldn't too hard nor stressful Are you reflecting or writing about reflecting?
Um I think reflecting
My professor just said this to me-- As far as the reflective essay. You should go back through our essays, discussion posts and reflect on your writing process. @Mr.Z
So for my first body ill discuss the processes and methods I used to create my essays and answer the question "Describe your progress through one writing assignment. What steps do you normally take? What steps will you continue to use outside of this course? " For the second body should I still talk about my experience with each essay? I can answer this question "What do you still need to learn about writing? "
A REFLECTIVE ESSAY DEALS WITH THE PAST
yes @Destinyyyy u will
@Phebe I was joking @Destinyyyy Just write about your past writings.
Im trying to...I have this so far-- Introduction- A reflective essay is a form of writing that examines and observes the progress of the writer's individual experience. While reflective essays explain and analyze the development of the writer, they also discuss future goals. For this course I have written a total of four essays and for each one I have encountered challenges along the way. I will discuss the experiences, writing techniques, and processes or methods I have used or had with each essay. First body- The process and methods I use to create my essays are probably similar to several other individuals. For example my essay on cause/effect I looked over the guidelines and choose three topics which were, discuss three good effects of a college education, the cause of divorce, and effects of divorce. I then came up with ideas such as- good high paying job, higher education, causes (cheating/lack of commitment, abuse/too much arguing, marrying too young), and effects children are effected, emotional for both parties, financially. After that I choose the topic effects of divorce from the three I originally pick, I chose this specific topic because I felt more comfortable and knowledgeable about it. Now I officially start writing, I begin with the introduction, usually a definition of the topic like “Divorce is the legal dissolution of a marriage by a court or other competent body. ”adding a sentence or two after then the thesis statement that shows the reader a brief preview of what my opinion is on the topic I am discussing and two or three main points. I draft together the body paragraphs with the first sentence stating the main point, then I look over and revise what I have and ask someone else to do the same. Finally I write up my conclusion and format the entire essay in MLA format with double space. I will continue these same steps with possible new additions with any writing I may have outside of this course.
yes very good
See, you've got it.
Okay.. Moving on to the second body on experiences
no medals what
My personal experience with the four essays I have written have been good and bad, I would compare it to a roller-coaster. Coming up with ideas was easy and fun, but the process of putting some of my ideas into words on paper was a tad challenging, like waiting in line for the ride and trying to pull the seat belt down so that it is close enough to not make the rider feel like they are falling out.