Reflective Argument

Before launching into a description of the Reflective Argument, Project Five, let’s take a moment to reflect on Project Four.  First, however, pat yourselves or each other on the back. Well done!

Post Project Reflection

Post to your blog a short reflection on the following:

  • To what extent are you satisfied (or not) with your group’s final draft? What, if anything, do you feel your group overlooked?
  • To what extent do you feel that you could have completed the work performed by the group as a whole by yourself? What were some advantages and disadvantages of working with a group
  • How do you feel you have changed as a reader, writer, and researcher after completing the project? What skills do you feel you have gained from working on this project?
  • Do you foresee a need for these skill outside of this classroom?

Enough Reflecting.  On to the Reflection!


Homework:

Read Project Five description and this highly-developed 1020 reflection.

Write a Post Research Project Reflection on your blog (@ 200-300 words). Respond to the following:

To what extent are you satisfied (or not) with your group’s final draft? What, if anything, do you feel your group overlooked?

To what extent do you feel that you could have completed the work performed by the group as a whole by yourself? What were some advantages and disadvantages of working with a group

How do you feel you have changed as a reader, writer, and researcher after completing the project? What skills do you feel you have gained from working on this project?

Do you foresee a need for these skill outside of this classroom?

Collect your evidence (everything you have written this semester) onto your blog.  This includes typing handwritten in-class reflections as blog posts and posting copies of all four major projects.

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