Tips for Writing Reflectively

The video presentation for this session identifies some common models you can use as a framework to help guide your reflective writing in addition to walking you through an example of applying one of the models to write a sample reflection. In the Resources section, a downloadable exemplar of the sample reflection outlined in the video is provided in addition to some other great tools. A range of useful weblinks are also available to help you further develop your reflective writing and English language skills.

Resources

Below are links to three resources to assist you with the 4Rs Model of Reflective Thinking and tips for how to structure reflective writing. A downloadable, colour-coded exemplar is also provided which outlines the sample reflection outlined in the video presentation.

Griffith University – Reflective Writing - https://www.griffith.edu.au/library/study/writing-your-assignment/reflective-writing

La Trobe University – Reflective Writing - http://latrobe.libguides.com/c.php?g=414029&p=4473189

RMIT Learning Lab – Reflective Writing - https://emedia.rmit.edu.au/learninglab/content/reflective-writing-1

Curtin University Study Skills – Reflective Writing - http://studyskills.curtin.edu.au/better-writing/reflective-writing/

Griffith University - EnglishHELP Self-Help Resources
Griffith University - English Language Support
James Cook University - Develop Your English
RMIT Learning Lab - Academic Word List Tool
University of Adelaide - English as a Second Language Learning Resources
Curtin University Learning Centre - Better Grammar
Curtin University Learning Centre - Better Sentences
University of Technology Sydney - Grammar
La Trobe - Achieve@Uni - Language
Grammarly
Manchester Academic Phrasebank
BBC - Learning English