2015 Spring: 四技通識選修-Reflection Paper

Guidelines for Writing a Reflection Paper

1. Paper must be typed.
2. Paper should be 1.5 to 2 page long (1.5 spaced).
3. Writing should use formal language (in English), correct spelling, and punctuation.
4. Topics reflected upon may include any information covered in class or from the reading.
5. Paper may take 1 or 2 topics and examine them in details, or more topics with less details.
Consider the followings when writing your reflection:
1. What have we studied so far that interest you?
2. What new things have you learned?
3. How has your learning influenced the preconceptions or misconceptions you brought with you into class?
4. How has your learning influenced your view of computer in language learning/teaching?
5. Will what you have learned change your language learning behavior in the future?
Writing a reflection helps you find what is meaningful to you and adds value to your learning. Do not simply outline or summarize the materials we have covered. I want to know what the materials mean to you. (6/23 due)