Anonymous:
am need help i am supposed to write a reflective letter on the representation that we did on a pediatrics, i have never written a reflective letter before and i dont what iam supposed to include in the letter.
Hi,

What is the purpose of the letter? Who is it to?

'Reflective' writing means stating your thoughts and opnions about the topic.

Clive
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Anonymous:
its on the book THe color of water by james mcbride
Hi,

Who is the letter to?

'Reflective' writing means stating your thoughts and opnions about the book. So, what are they?

Clive
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Anonymous:
Dear Mr.(your teacher)

Writing has always been an important form of expression for me. I have always had a hard time expressing myself verbally, and I feel that writ­ing gives me a control over my words that I can’t find anywhere else. My journal is one of the best ways I know to explore my thoughts and decide on a course of action to take. Writing forces me to slowdown and really consider how I feel about something.
English 201 has definitely helped me to grow as a formal writer. In high school, my English teachers told me I had good ideas but that my writing was wordy and unfocused. I under­stood what they were saying, but unfortunately they never explained what I should do about my problem. This made writing a very frustrating experience for me.
In English 201, I think the most important thing I learned is that when I start writing I usually don’t have a definite idea of where I am going. What I have found through the writing assignments and the peer commentaries is that my main ideas are often unclear at first, but as I got to the end of a draft they become much clearer.
In conclusion, I feel this class has been quite beneficial in my growth as a writer. I got lots of practice in different kinds of writing. I’m plan­ning to major in mechanical engineering, and I know that writing will be an important part of my upcoming career, as well as in my personal life. For my career, writing will be a tool that I will often need to get my point across. I feel that I need to work on knowing when to put personal opin­ions into my writing and when I should be more objective. Sometimes I get carried away by my feelings about a topic. This class has helped me to understand different writing situations, and I think I am now better able to see when the personal side is appropriate and when it’s not.

Sincerely,
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