Reflect upon (think about) how you and your writing have changed as a result of this course. Change can be evidenced by personal growth or acquisition of new skills, among other things. You might begin reflection by attempting to generate a list of ten or more statements that you can make about the difference between you/your writing at the beginning of the course and the present.
Choose one statement that most clearly expresses the most significant change in you/your writing for your reflection.
Compose an approximately 1400-1600 word reflection on change.
Reflection is an evaluation. It’s purpose is not informative, but rather a record of your feelings and findings from the beginning of an experience until the end. As you consider your experience, it is essential to be able to articulate your opinions and conclusions. Initially, this is often a difficult task in which to engage.
There are three invention strategies which are geared toward helping writers of reflection. Keeping a journal, looping, and questioning are all invention strategies aimed at assisting the writer to explore a topic in greater depth and understanding.
Keeping a journal entails focused and serial writing with the goal of understanding, interpreting, and relfecting upon a given subject.
Looping involves writing quickly to explore some aspect of a topic then looping back to your original starting point or to a new starting point to explore another topic.
Questioning provides a list of questions which come from classical rhetoric that provide a systematic approach to exploring a subject.
THE ESSAY ATTACHED IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT I NEED DONE. PLEASE DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! JUST USE AS AN EXAMPLE