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Reflection Essay

  • Submitted by: Wolfie74
  • on October 19, 2013
  • Category: Social Issues
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Running head: MY REFLECTION ESSAY                                                                                   1

Individual Work (30 points)
Lisa Peterson
Composition I – 189
Everest University
Professor Daniel Burrello

In this assignment, you will write a reflection paper. Your topic in this paper is the value of the writing process and your related experience.
  * Write a reflection paper on the value of the writing process (include the steps for creating, revising, and editing your writing) and your experience with it.
  * What will you do differently for the next writing assignment you may have in future courses?
While you do not have as much time to work on your reflection paper as you did your multi- paragraph paper, your assignment should be revised and edited. Allow additional time to complete this step.

My Reflection Essay                                                                                                                       2

Writing a good essay requires refined critical thinking, which can be improved by experience; but one of the key elements to a good essay is form. There are numerous forms of writing that we face every day. An essay can have many purposes, but the basic structure is basically the same. I may be writing an essay to argue for a particular point of view or to explain the steps necessary to complete any of my tasks. Either way, my essay will have the same basic format. If I follow these simple steps, I will find that writing an essay is easier than I had initially thought. Here are some creating ideas that I need to follow:
1.) Select my topic.
2.) Choose the thesis, or main idea of my essay.
3.) Prepare an outline or diagram of my main ideas.
4.) Outline my essay into introductory, body and summary paragraphs.
5.) State my thesis idea in the first paragraph.
6.) Finish the introductory paragraph with a short summary or goal paragraph.
7.) In each of the body paragraphs the ideas first...

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