Metacognitive Reflection

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See writing for your reading/revision tasks.

Becoming Your Own Best Critic (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Read “The One’s Who Walk Away from Omelas” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. by Ursula LeGuin and “Bread” (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. by Margaret Atwood

Reflect on the reading and writing you've done this week. What was difficult? What was easy? What was unexpected? What did you learn about your writing process and/or writing skills? Write at least three paragraphs exploring your writing.

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Metacognitive Reflection


Metacognitive Reflection

This week I have read widely about metacognitive reflection and the ability to do revision of
articles and becoming my own critic without merely doing a superficial English-teacherly
scrutiny by the help of various materials such as ‘Brevity’. In this article, Jim Heynen explains
elaborately how most scholars are misled in to thinking tha...

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