Reflective Composition

Reflective writing gives you the chance to think about what you are doing more deeply and to learn from your experience. You have the opportunity to discover how what you are taught in class helps you with your real-world or academic tasks. Writing your thoughts down makes it easier for you to think about them and make connections between what you are thinking, what you are being taught and what you are doing. Your written reflection will also serve as a source of reference and evidence in the future.

Reflective composition or essay gives you an opportunity to consider how your personal experience has shaped you and your ideology and gives you a chance to look back and introspect. It gives you a chance to think about some person, event or occurrence in a new light. Though it does not necessarily mean that it has to be a life changing or ground breaking revelation.

Reflective essays are based on your personal experience; hence the usage of personal pronouns such as “I” or “me” is acceptable. You are advised to be creative while writing the essay, at the same time, you must not let the focus on creativity take precedence over the task of providing your readers with details on how a certain experience has helped you grow.

A reflective essay is similar to a journal where you jot down your thoughts and feelings about a certain topic. Your topic may be a film, a book, an event, or just about anything.

The structure of a reflective essay is similar to the structure of most academic writings. Unless you are trying to argue a point or perspective through your reflection, it is not required that your essay contain a thesis statement.

 

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