Reflective Writing Strategies to Show Student Understanding


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What is reflective writing?

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1. Why should teachers ask students to participate in reflective writing?

2. Which reflective writing practice allows students to reflect in a way that makes sense to them as learners?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Go through this worksheet and quiz to review reflective writing and methods for using it in the classroom. Benefits of this type of writing and different reflective writing practices will be covered throughout these materials.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

After completing this worksheet, you can complete a quiz that assesses your knowledge of:

  • Method that helps students record thoughts quickly
  • The purpose of using reflective writing
  • Characteristics of reflective writing
  • Practical applications of reflective writing

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - figure out why teachers would want to educate their students on reflective writing
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained to identify the different types of reflective writing practices
  • Knowledge application - use your understanding of reflective writing to identify its characteristics

Additional Learning

By looking through the lesson called Reflective Writing Strategies to Show Student Understanding, you can complete the following goals:

  • Learn why it's important for students to think about new information and process it
  • Understand what reflective journaling allows students to do
  • Determine how exit slips can be used in reflective writing