Project #14719 - Reflective essay

Write a reflective essay on the subject of job security.  The purpose of this essay is to evaluate your current ability to think critically and write comprehensively.

 

 

Montante, S. (2004, November/December).  Writing the reflective essay: Thinking on paper.  Literary Cavalcade, 36-37.  Retrieved from  http://teacher.scholastic.com/writeit/cavalcade/index.asp

 

Your essay should present a provocative event to your reader and make your thought process clear.

 

 This essay is about Job Security thats what i need the writer to write about...follow exactly

 

[Before you write your essay]

Choose an occasion.
Think back on the significant events in your life that changed you

 

or helped you form your opinions [about the concept of “job security”]. Write down all the moments that come to mind and then choose the one that feels most vivid to you.

 

Paragraph 1 [Begin writing your essay]

 

Make it real. Your first task is to make this event come alive for the reader. Use

 

sensory language and plenty of concrete details. Try to make the experience thought-

 

provoking for your reader. [Be sure to keep the description of your experience brief as it is only meant to serve as a jumping off point for the question that you will articulate as the end of your first paragraph and explore in the remainder of your essay.]

 

Pose a question. Tell your reader exactly why this experience made you stop and think and what it made you curious about. Be sure that your question is broad enough that

 

you can explore it in an essay and that it is about the topic, not about you.

 

Paragraphs 2 through 4

 

Explore. Do a little research to find out what other people have to say about your

 

topic.   This means that you should include two to three outside sources in your essay.  Do you agree with them? Do you find their perspectives interesting? Incorporate

 

Paragraph 5

 

Draw a conclusion. The reflective essay should demonstrate a thought process that begins with a question and ends up somewhere else. You don't necessarily have to answer the question, but you should show development in your thinking about the topic, even if it means coming to a new question at the end.

 

Writing Criteria- reflective essay

Diagnostic Assessment

Introduction and declaration of unique perspective based on experience: should be expressed as a question or thesis statement

Deficient

 

Marginal

 

Functional

 

Proficient

 

Development of question or thesis statement as expressed in paragraph s throughout essay

Deficient

 

Marginal

 

Functional

 

Proficient

 

Sentence structure and variety

Deficient

 

Marginal

 

Functional

 

Proficient

 

Grammar and punctuation

Deficient

 

Marginal

 

Functional

 

Proficient

 

Overall evaluation

Total Score:

Proficient- meets all or most criteria with marked competence

Functional- meets most criteria with general competence; *minor deficiencies detected

Marginal- overall performance shows both areas of development and areas of deficiency

Deficient- overall performance impaired by marked deficiencies

 

                       

 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/16/2013 12:00 am
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