What A Reflective Journal Assignment Should Contain

(Please note: These are general guidelines to give you ideas, provide a common format, and help you get started. Actual content components will vary from course to course and faculty member to faculty member as in any other University course. Once in the course, please follow the direction, guidance, and instruction from your individual faculty member as to what he or she wants in the assignments.)

YOUR WRITING ASSIGNMENT MUST CONTAIN A HEADING AT THE TOP THAT INCLUDES:

STUDENT NAME (John Doe)
COURSE NAME (LSTD 3503 Interdisciplinary Inquiry)
PART OF COURSE (Unit 3 Reflective Journal)

Your writing assignment is an opportunity to explore and explain a topic of interest in a more in-depth manner.

Here are some possible content ideas for your reflective journal, but remember, follow the specific directions of your faculty member once in the course:

  1. a discussion of the reading material and sites you’ve found most interesting;
  2. a discussion of the underlying concepts;
  3. why you find the subject matter interesting; and
  4. how the subject matter might relate to your life.

Submit your assignments via e-mail or in the learn.ou.edu dropbox.

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