Reflection Papers

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Instructions for Reflection Papers

The reflection paper should contain the following sections:

  1. Date and title of the lecture or material that the reflection paper is based on. You can reflect on a guest lectures, multi-media materials played in class, or other assigned content. One sentence is sufficient for this part.
  2. A brief description of the concept, theory, phenomena, or strategies (therefore the concept) that you learned from the lecture or material. This section should start with atopic sentence, and be followed by supporting details. The length of this section should be 100 to 200 words.
  3. An explanation on how the concept is related to your life experiences. This section could contain (but is not limited to) one of your life stories, an example of your lifestyle, or a scenario that you witnessed. The ideal length of this section is 100 to 200 words. Note: Please do not write more than 400 words.
  4. Identify an action that you would take as a result of learning this concept. One to 3 sentences should be sufficient for this section.

This reflection paper should be submitted as text (not attachment) through Canvas. You are encouraged to use your preferred software (Word/etc.), then copy-and-paste your work to the submission page.  

You are required to label each section in your submission. The number 1 through 4 should be placed before each section. Do not copy the instructions into your submission. Two blank lines should be placed between paragraphs to divide each section.


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