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Does that make sense? Follow 12 Original post by StezZ Yes! I have tried but not really sure. I could maybe adapt it to my first karate sparring or something, although I would probably have to lie a bit. Thanks for your help. Follow 13 Original post by Quick-use To be honest, there's no harm in lying sometimes Try to write something with noticable themes.
Anything and everything you write should have a theme, a message. The Karate could be good, but again perhaps it's a little insignificant? Why don't you consider your first time in a class or something? Are you in high school? Are you in college? Are you a mature student at a college?
You could perhaps write about how you might have thought that you were too smart or too proud to go into such a class, and therefore you looked down on the people?
Perhaps you get a lesser mark than somebody too? And then you realise your mistake, that you went in with a mindset and it affected how you viewed these people? It doesn't have to be this, but that's just an example Themes, here, would include: Follow 14 Original post by StezZ That example has completely put me off writing a reflective essay. Unfortunately I'm not a mature student. I don't think I can think of idea nearly as detailed or personal as that but I do know what you mean by insignificant, it really hasn't had a major impact on my life.
I will give creative writing a try although it will probably just as hard. Follow 15 You can just write about an experience and exaggerate it. A friend of mine wrote about a holiday, another wrote about his job, another wrote about her holiday at a farm and I wrote about going to a party.
They were all really creative, dramatic and full of tension. Follow 16 Original post by Quick-use You can just write about an experience and exaggerate it. Arianto Follow 8 followers 2 badges Send a private message to Arianto. Follow 17 Try to incorporate "reflective" language into the scene descriptions, if that makes any sense. Going for cheese might work aswell, if it's done right. Last edited by Arianto; at Follow 18 Follow 19 Follow 20 Original post by StezZ Yeah its ridiculously hard.
What did reflect on that? Advice for higher english essay, please? Higher English - Folio - Word Count. Finding good topics that work well for college freshmen is not easy! Your hubs are easy to understand, practical, and quite helpful. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
Explain the meaning of that experience or what you learned. Look at the list of topics and pick one that brings up a vivid memory. Start by describing that experience so that someone else feels they were there. Your thesis will be the meaning of that experience. Conclude by stating what you have learned or what you think the main meaning of this experience is, or by using an analogy.
See my other article, How to Write a Reflective Essay , for step-by-step instructions as well as sample essays. A conversation when you became very angry. A time when you were disappointed or discouraged by something someone said. When someone showed you that they were proud of you.
A moment when you knew you were in love. When you first met a new family member. The birth of a child, or the adoption of a child or sibling. Watching an elderly loved one lose memory through dementia. When you told someone that you were sorry. A time you were embarrassed. When you lied and tried to hide your lie, or were confronted with it. A time you wanted something that belonged to someone else.
A confrontation with a teacher, boss, or another person in authority. When your parents punished you unfairly. A time when you cried and someone comforted you, or you comforted someone else.
Playing with friends when you were a child. A time you most felt like you were a sister or a brother. When you helped someone else or you were helped. A family reunion, or when you met relatives you did not know. A special trip you shared with someone else. A moment when you laughed with someone and couldn't stop. When you knew your parent or grandparent, or coach was not perfect.
When you spoke in front of a group of people, or read something you wrote out loud. A time you spent with friends without parental supervision. When you shared a secret with someone, or when someone told you a secret. When someone made you scared. Watching the ocean with your feet buried in the sand. Looking at a sunset. Sitting at the top of a hill, looking down over a valley.
Watching a bird flying in the sky. Walking in a forest. Climbing up a mountain. Playing in the sand at the seashore. Swimming in a lake. Crossing a bridge and looking out over the water. Skiing down a hill with the wind blowing in your face.
Hiking along a trail. Walking in the rain. Walking through sand dunes. Hiking through a desert. Backpacking in the mountains. Walking through an historic battlefield. Sitting or walking through a field of wildflowers. Watching birds build a nest. Seeing a snake, spider, or other insect. Encountering a deer or other wild animal.
Watching animals at a zoo. Playing with your dog, cat, or other pet. Watching a coming storm, hurricane, or tornado. Experiencing an earthquake or another natural disaster. Here are some places that can make good topics: Your room growing up, or your bedroom now. The town where you grew up. A school you attended or a particular classroom, lunch spot, or place you hung out with friends. The mall or your favorite store.
A place that you have worked, or work now. Your grandparents' house or the house of a neighbor or friend. A bookstore or coffee shop. Your car, a bus, subway, ferry, or train. Or maybe your bike or skateboard. A playground, ballpark, or another place you've played sports.
A skating or ice skating rink. Your favorite restaurant, or a restaurant where you had a memorable experience. A vacation spot that you remember in particular. Where you work or a place where you do work at home, like an office or garage. Your online spaces like social media sites, web pages, or blogs.
Reflective Essay Poll What type of experiences are most meaningful to you? Visiting a museum or zoo. Ordinary daily events like getting ready in the morning, doing laundry, studying with friends, walking the dog, or making dinner. A birthday party for you or someone else.
Feb 19, · Hi guys, I thought I better start my personal reflective essay but I am slightly unsure about a suitable topic. I got told by my lecturer that it can.
Oct 26, · Here are the reflective essays we looked at in class: Enlightenment Two Sisters One Room The Conker Tree The grades and detailed comments can be found here: Higher .
Guidelines To Create A Great Higher English Reflective Essay. The word reflective means to recollect back your experiences. So when you are writing a reflective essay, the whole write up will be in the past tense, except when you are talking about your repercussion from the chosen experiences. Apr 17, · Reflective Essay Topic Ideas. Updated on June 4, Virginia Kearney. more. Virginia has been a university English instructor for over 20 years. She specializes in helping people write essays faster and easier. Reflective Essays. On a reflective essay, you will first describe something and then explain the meaning of that person or Reviews: 8.
May 11, · Higher English Reflective Essay Sqa. interdisciplinary systemic approach: Topics by nbsp; Interdisciplinary research often requires the use of multiple data sources, models. For Higher English learn about the style, conventions and purpose of personal reflective pieces of writing.