Write a 2-page, double-spaced, 12-point font response using the standard MLA formatting we have practiced throughout the term. For this reflection, it is fine to be slightly informal, using “I” and “you” where appropriate. However, you should carefully proofread your work. Do NOT include the prompt questions in your reflection.

Write a 2-page, double-spaced, 12-point font response using the standard MLA formatting we have practiced throughout the term. For this reflection, it is fine to be slightly informal, using “I” and “you” where appropriate. However, you should carefully proofread your work. Do NOT include the prompt questions in your reflection.

Directions
Write a 2-page, double-spaced, 12-point font response using the standard MLA formatting we have practiced throughout the term. For this reflection, it is fine to be slightly informal, using “I” and “you” where appropriate. However, you should carefully proofread your work. Do NOT include the prompt questions in your reflection.

Requirements
In your reflection, discuss the following topics, preferably in order. Ideally, you might discuss each bullet point in a separate paragraph. Keep in mind that there is no particular length requirement for paragraphs.

1. Thinking back on Unit 1 (rhetorical analysis presentation), Unit 2 (narrative essay addressing a larger issue), Unit 3 (annotated bibliography), and Unit 4 (argumentative research essay), which unit(s) did you find easier, and why? And which unit(s) did you find more challenging and why? (Be specific as this will give me feedback for the next time, I teach this and give you feedback on your own strengths and weaknesses.)

2. What skills did you learn or improve on during this course? How do you think you will use what you have learned moving forward? You might consider the feedback received for MAs as you consider your strengths and areas for improvement.

3. Before midterm how did you feel you were doing in the course? Were you concerned about being about to complete the course? In what areas (personally or academically) did you need the most improvement? (e.g. reading, writing, critical thinking skills, soft skills like time management or self-motivation, grades, job, other classes, personal issues, etc. You might look back at the midterm self-evaluation to see some of your thoughts.)

4. Reflect on the online/virtual mode of instruction. What issues did you foresee prior to beginning classes? Have these issues come up, and if so, how have you dealt with them? Compare and contrast your experiences with virtual/online learning to your educational experiences from the past. Which mode do you think works better for you?

5. Thinking specifically about your English class, what ideas do you have for improving the online experience? Were the class and feedback discussions helpful? Consider the videos, notes given, assignment explanations, feedback from instructor, examples of assignments, weekly announcement with list of tasks, and other activities in this course. What did you find most helpful and why? What areas could be improved?

6. What else have you learned about yourself during this term that you feel comfortable sharing? You may also share anything else you would like me to know or consider as I evaluate your final assignments in the course.

Assessment
The reflection will be scored on the following, with more focus put on the first three listed below:

* Deeply reflecting on each assigned topic
* Offering details that clearly explain your thoughts
* Organizing ideas clearly and effectively
* Meeting the required length
* Following formatting guidelines

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