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Introduction to the Self Assessment/Reflective Letter

This is your final English 1101 online assignment. You are to write a self-assessment in the form of a reflective letter. The reflective letter is an informal, but polished, piece of writing that tells me about your experience as a writer this semester. Your letter should include answers to the following:

  1. What did you learn about yourself as a writer and as a student? (Be honest, specific, and thorough.)
  2. What were your challenges for each assignment? What do you like best about each of them?
  3. How would you describe the process you went through with each paper from invention through the final draft? Which essay was the most difficult to start? What helped you improve them? Has your writing process changed since you began this course?
  4. What surprised you about the course, the peer feedback, and the assignments? What do you hope to take from this class to future college classes and your professional career?

Although we have a course evaluation survey that you can use for evaluation of the class, you might also prefer to include some of that information in your letter. What did you like and dislike? What was helpful or what did you find frustrating? What did you think of the sample readings? The peer editing? The amount of work? The feedback you received? Your comments are most welcome, as I’m always looking for ways to improve the quality of my instruction.

Your letter should be 2 pages (roughly 500 words) in length. Like all work submitted for a grade, your writing should be polished and thorough. This assignment is worth 20 points. A sample letter on the next page shows how a former student successfully approached the assignment.



After completing the learning activities for this topic, you will be able to:

  • Reflect on your growth as a writer, student, and individual this semester. (TLO1)
  • Put into practice what you have learned by producing an articulate, organized, polished piece of writing that demonstrates this growth. (TLO2)

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