Personal reflection | English homework help
Topic: Any topic (writer’s choice)
Type of paper: Essay (any type)
Format or citation style: Harvard
Task: You will attend an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander event or exhibition and write a reflective review, using a structured reflection tool, which integrates both theory and personal reflections about understandings of culture, country and community and worldviews. You may include material such as event flyers or brochures, recorded reflections or photos.
Theme: Participated in Aboriginal activities in accordance with museum theme.
Location: Power house in Sydney.
Date: August 30th.
800 -1000 words
The two reflection resources attached above may be useful in helping you to write your reflective assignment. Reflective writing is more than just writing a descriptive account of the event. Reflective writing can foster critical thinking and analysis, but to do this you will need to incorporate your new learning developed through the readings and lectures. The first resource is a single page, quick overview which helps to clarify the difference between shallow and deep reflection. The second resource is a two pager that is a bit more in-depth.
The following template may be useful to use when reflecting on the event you attended. Some of you will already be familiar with structured, critical reflection, for those who aren’t familiar this template should help you to extend your reflections beyond simply saying what you thought to a deeper critical analysis. These skills will become part of your professional skill set when you graduate. (Check out the jpeg. for the template)
This assignment requires u to write a reflection of going to the powerhouse museum in sydney, which you will need to look for images on Instagram or Facebook to pretend that you have been there.