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افتراضي Essay writing techniques-6
قديم بتاريخ : 09-05-2015 الساعة : 11:38 AM

• In their explanation of reflection, Watton, Collings and Moon (2001) use this wonderful bit from the Harry Potter novel ‘The Goblet of Fire’ to describe reflection. In the following extract Dumbledore the chief wizard and head teacher is talking to Harry about having excess thoughts!
• ‘Harry stared at the stone basin. The contents had returned to their original, silvery white state, swirling and rippling beneath his gaze.
• “What is it?’ Harry asked shakily.
• “This? It is called a Pensieve,” said Dumbledore. “I sometimes find, and I am sure you know the feeling, that I simply have too many thoughts and memories crammed into my mind.”
• “Err,” said Harry who couldn’t truthfully say that he had ever felt anything of the sort.
• “At these times” said Dumbledore, indicating the stone basin, “I use the Penseive. One simply siphons the excess thoughts from one’s mind, pours them into a basin, and examines them at one’s leisure. It becomes easier to spot patterns and links, you understand, when they are in this form.”(Rowling 2000)






What is Critical Reflection?

“Reflection activities provide the bridge between community service activities and the educational content of the course. Reflection activities direct the student’s attention to new interpretations of events and provide a means through which the community service can be studied and interpreted, much as a text is read and studied for deeper understanding.”
(from R. Bringle & J. Hatcher (1999) “Reflection in Service Learning: Making Meaning of Experience”

Critical Reflection Goal = Thinking Critically

Critical Thinking Standard Description Associated questions to ask to check your thinking
Integration Service experience clearly related to the learning • Have I clearly shown the connection between my experience and my learning?
Clarity Expands on ideas, express ideas in another way, provides examples or illustrations where appropriate. • Did I give an example?
• Is it clear what I mean by this?
• Could I elaborate further?
Accuracy All statements are factually correct and/or supported with evidence. • How do I know this?
• Is this true?
• How could I check on this or verify it?
Precision Statements contain specific information • Can I be more specific?
• Have I provided sufficient detail?
Relevance All statements are relevant to the question at hand; all statements connect to the central point. • How does this relate to the issue being discussed?
• How does this help us/me deal with the issue being discussed?

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