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Letter of Reflection
The letter of reflection should be a One to Two page document that in the most formal of senses transmits the portfolio to the readers, explaining what is included in the portfolio, why these items were included, what characteristics, features, revisions, and issues are important to consider when reading the portfolio, and what the student has come to understand about his reading, writing, and thinking processes generally. The letter reflects on a variety of things, and there is no set format or set of questions or issues that students must discuss, however, the following list may be helpful to students when writing and revising theirs:
(Litany of Questions)
What have I learned? What is my purpose/process that I have learned, cultivated, shaped, selected and arranged in terms of arguing a topic, thinking about a topic, addressing grammar, addressing issues within our shared education system? How have I progressed this semester? Where was I and where am I currently, in terms of being critically aware, questioning statements, using note-taking models or models of argumentation? How am I reading, remembering, reorganizing and presenting descriptive essays? What are words or phrases I used or did not use? What is my experience in terms of our Fundamentals of English class?
Answer enough of the prompt questions (if you like) to create One to Two full pages. This is, in a simple form, just a “letter home” to your parents or loved one, allowing them to see how you have progressed academically during this semester as well as to demonstrate your growth. And yes, I know, from a professorial point of view, that you all have progressed tremendously since our first conversation. Remember to start the letter with Dear Reader and To Whom This May Concern.
Atlanta Technical College ENGL 1010