Reflective Writing Accounts – Analysis

We had to look at these examples of reflective writing so that we could see what we could do with our own work when completing a reflection of our own.

Material adapted from King, T. (2002) Development of student skills in reflective writing. [online]. Available at:  [Accessed 14 November 2005].

Material adapted from King, T. (2002) Development of Student Skills in Reflective Writing. [online]. Available at: http://www.csd.uwa.edu.au/iced2002 [Accessed 14 November 2005].


This reflection is too detailed about their general activity and their daily routine which is not necessary when they are supposed to be reflecting about their exam which they missed.
This has allowed me to take note that i should not go into massive detail when completing my own because i need to be able to convey what i did in my work so that if i were to look back over it, i could still understand what i did so that it would jog my memory.

Material adapted from King, T. (2002) Development of student skills in reflective writing. [online]. Available at:  [Accessed 14 November 2005].

Material adapted from King, T. (2002) Development of student skills in reflective writing. [online]. Available at: [Accessed 14 November 2005].

Material adapted from King, T. (2002) Development of student skills in reflective writing. [online]. Available at:  [Accessed 14 November 2005].

Material adapted from King, T. (2002) Development of student skills in reflective writing. [online]. Available at: [Accessed 14 November 2005].


This reflection of the same event is much more concise and straight to the point allowing the reader to get the gist of what happened. What is more important about this reflection is that the writer has also added ways to improve upon thew events of the day, thus showing that they have analysed what had happened and now knows how to make it better in the future. I will include this in my own reflections as it will help me to improve upon my work.

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