How to write a 200 to 300 word reflection on your writing

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How to write a 200 to 300 word reflection on your writing
A good reflection paper can help you focus larger writing projects. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

A short reflection on a larger piece of writing may be required when your work is reviewed by a group. Reflection essays are also helpful when sharing in working groups or when seeking editorial advice. Some writers compose reflection pieces as a tool to help sharpen the creative process and keep the larger work focused. A good reflection essay examines the motives for the larger work and analyses the effectiveness of that work in fulfilling those motives.

Skill level:
Moderately Challenging

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Draft an outline of your large writing project. Pay close attention to the larger objectives of the work and the ways that each minor element serves those objectives.

  2. 2

    Write an introduction explaining your motivation for beginning to work on your chosen subject.

  3. 3

    Describe the decisions that were made during the writing process. Pay special attention to steps that were taken to sharpen the focus of the work.

  4. 4

    Describe the lessons learnt in the process of writing and the ways that these lessons changed you as a person and a writer.

  5. 5

    Compare your early goals for the writing project to the finished product.

  6. 6

    Summarise your perception of the project and the impact that you hope that it will have.

Tips and warnings

  • Do not present new material in the reflection paper. The reflection should only deal with your experience of the writing process.
  • Do not dwell extensively on emotions. The reflection is intended to give insight into your creative and learning process.

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