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Activity 1: Reflection

It is important that you learn how to write a good reflection early on in your studies.  Below are 5 easy steps to follow when writing your reflection. You can remember the steps by memorising the acronym STARL which is made up of the first letters of the five steps.

STARL: Your 5 easy steps for reflection

  1. Situation – describe the context in which the experience occurred.

  2. Task – describe what was actually required of you in the situation.

  3. Action – describe the steps that you personally took in response to the task. When reflecting on your actions, ask yourself why you chose to respond in that particular way.

  4. Result – describe the outcome of your actions. How did your actions contribute to the completion of the task? How did your actions affect the final outcome of the situation?

  5. Learnt – describe the things you have learned from the experience. Highlight any skills or abilities that you have developed or improved as a result of the experience. Think about how you might apply what you’ve learned to other situations.

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Activity 2: Reflection

It is important that you learn how to write a good reflection early on in your studies.  Below are 5 easy steps to follow when writing your reflection. You can remember the steps by memorising the acronym STARL which is made up of the first letters of the five steps.

STARL: Your 5 easy steps for reflection

  1. Situation – describe the context in which the experience occurred.

  2. Task – describe what was actually required of you in the situation.

  3. Action – describe the steps that you personally took in response to the task. When reflecting on your actions, ask yourself why you chose to respond in that particular way.

  4. Result – describe the outcome of your actions. How did your actions contribute to the completion of the task? How did your actions affect the final outcome of the situation?

  5. Learnt – describe the things you have learned from the experience. Highlight any skills or abilities that you have developed or improved as a result of the experience. Think about how you might apply what you’ve learned to other situations.

[REPLACE THIS TEXT AND IMAGE WITH YOUR REFLECTION AND IMAGES. YOU CAN ALSO LINK TO FILES IN THE ACTIVITY FOLDER FROM YOUR REFLECTION]

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Activity 3: Reflection

It is important that you learn how to write a good reflection early on in your studies.  Below are 5 easy steps to follow when writing your reflection. You can remember the steps by memorising the acronym STARL which is made up of the first letters of the five steps.

STARL: Your 5 easy steps for reflection

  1. Situation – describe the context in which the experience occurred.

  2. Task – describe what was actually required of you in the situation.

  3. Action – describe the steps that you personally took in response to the task. When reflecting on your actions, ask yourself why you chose to respond in that particular way.

  4. Result – describe the outcome of your actions. How did your actions contribute to the completion of the task? How did your actions affect the final outcome of the situation?

  5. Learnt – describe the things you have learned from the experience. Highlight any skills or abilities that you have developed or improved as a result of the experience. Think about how you might apply what you’ve learned to other situations.

[REPLACE THIS TEXT AND IMAGE WITH YOUR REFLECTION AND IMAGES. YOU CAN ALSO LINK TO FILES IN THE ACTIVITY FOLDER FROM YOUR REFLECTION]

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Tanvi Kumar
08 March 2018, 4:58 PM

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