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    6/17/20 Art History and Criticism Honors 2.07 Short Reflective Writing The artwork I chose is called the "Aphrodite of Knidos". This sculpture was likely made in 360-300 BCE (4 th century BCE) in the Hellenistic period by Praxiteles. The "Aphrodite of Knidos" may be Praxiteles's most well-known art piece. It was inspired from the Greek goddess Aphrodite of Knidos, or the goddess of love.

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    4.07 Short Reflective Writing Assignment (Art History).pdf. 4.07 Short Reflective Writing Assignment: The Birth of Mary was an altarpiece that was constructed on a wooden panel. The pigments on this panel were oil paints, which produced the bright opacity of the color blue and red in this work. The Birth of Mary d

  3. 4.8: Process of Reflective Writing

    1st Step: Review the assignment. As with any writing situation, the first step in writing a reflective piece is to clarify the task. Reflective assignments can take many forms, so you need to understand exactly what your instructor is asking you to do. Some reflective assignments are short, just a paragraph or two of unpolished writing.

  4. PDF Writing a Reflection Paper

    reflection paper. Basics of Writing a Reflection • Reflections are typically short and informal works, but refer to the rubric for length requirements. • Maintain academic language by using formal diction, avoiding contractions, and avoiding slang/ abbreviations. • It may be beneficial to include anecdotes, a short story about a real ...

  5. 2.07 Short Reflective Writing.docx

    Art History and Criticism 1 Honors: 2.07 Short-Reflective Writing Artwork: The Athenian Acropolis/ The Temple of Athena Parthenos (The Parthenon) The Athenian Acropolis is an architectural masterpiece that was built in the city of Athens, Greece; which was the city-state of Greece named after their patron goddess Athena. The construction of the Athenian Parthenon/Acropolis began in the 447 B.C ...


    Types of reflective writing. 1. REFLECTION: when you ask questions about something you would like to better understand, e.g. a problem to solve or an issue to consider. 2. REFLECTIVE PRACTICE: when you reflect on the relationship between practice in your area of study and the theories you are being introduced to. 3.

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    Reflective writing assignments can be in the form of a single paper, essays, portfolios, journals, diaries, or blogs. In some cases, your professor may include a reflective writing assignment as a way to obtain student feedback that helps improve the course, either in the moment or for when the class is taught again.

  8. Reflective Writing

    Reflective writing gives you insight into your thinking and learning by giving you time to consider the thoughts and emotions that took place during and after an experience. Reflective writing can be both personal and academic. You can conduct personal reflective writing in a journal to look back on the day's events, noting what you learned ...

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    Blogs are a place to offer your own opinion and can be a really good place to do some reflective writing. Blogger often take a view on something and use their site as a way to share it with the world. They will often talk about the reasons why they like/dislike something - classic reflective writing. During the research process

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    The style and tone of your reflective essay should match the purpose of the overall assignment. This is a personal essay meant to showcase what you learned from the text, event, or experience that you are writing about. You can use the pronouns "I," "me," and "mine.". Describe the text, event, or experience fully, using plenty of ...

  11. Reflective Writing

    Reflective Writing. "Reflection is a mode of inquiry: a deliberate way of systematically recalling writing experiences to reframe the current writing situation. It allows writers to recognize what they are doing in that particular moment (cognition), as well as to consider why they made the rhetorical choices they did (metacognition).

  12. Examples of Reflective Writing

    We could also see the reality of the way changing a design actually affected its performance. 1. Addresses the assignment question. 2. Reflects on direct experiences. 3. Direct reference to the course activity. 4. The style is relatively informal, yet still uses full sentences.

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    2. Experiential Reflection. In this type of reflective writing assignment, you will need to participate in an experience, like a lab or placement, and write a response. This type of writing is often used in programs that require students to participate in hands-on, experiential learning, like business, nursing, and education programs.

  14. 1.18: Reflective Writing

    1st Step: Review the assignment. As with any writing situation, the first step in writing a reflective piece is to clarify the task. Reflective assignments can take many forms, so you need to understand exactly what your instructor is asking you to do. Some reflective assignments are short, just a paragraph or two of unpolished writing.

  15. 2.07 Short Reflective Writing.docx

    2.07 Short Reflective Writing The human body is one of the central subjects of ancient Greek art. Use your selected work from the Hellenistic period to explain how the depiction of the human body was representative of Hellenistic Greek ideas and captured the cultural context of the period. Artwork chosen: The Venus de Milo The Venus de Milo is one of the most famous pieces of art that came ...

  16. Process of Reflective Writing

    4th Step: Draft, Revise, Edit, Repeat. A single, unpolished draft may suffice for short, in-the-moment reflections. Longer academic reflection essays will require significant drafting, revising, and editing. Whatever the length of the assignment, keep this reflective cycle in mind: briefly describe the event or action;

  17. Designing and Assessing Reflective Writing Assignments

    Description: Most reflective assignments will ask the student to begin with a concrete illustration of an experience, event, or encounter. To help students describe the context of their learning, you can remind students of the classic journalistic questions: Who, what, when, where, and why. Ask students to attend to salient details, including ...

  18. FLVS U.S. History Honors 02.07 Social Change: Assignment Il ...

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    A Reflective Essay is a form of writing that describes a writer's thoughts, feelings, actions, or a particular occurrence in a writer's life. This essay is about your reflection that brings out a specific image that the reader tends to picture after reading it. When writing this essay, you have to give detailed information about the event ...

  20. 04.07 Short Reflective Writing.docx

    04.07 Short Reflective Writing Assignment The Birth of Mary is a painting made by Pietro Lorenzetti, dating back to the 13 th century, specifically between 1335 - 1342. It is currently housed in Museo dell 'Opera del Duomo of Siena, Italy, one of the painting's more prominent features is its refined handling of perspective and the aesthetically logical placement of the figures within the ...

  21. Reflective Writing: The Art of representing yourself and you

    7. You were overcome with a particular emotion (jealousy, joy, anger, sadness, loss, relief, fear, gratefulness, inadequacy) 8. You felt the most comfortable - the most at ease with yourself (this could be in a place, or with a person) 9. Your were most proud of yourself. 10.You became aware of the fact that something in your past influenced ...

  22. 2.07 art history.pdf

    2.07 Short Reflective Writing This vase is known as the The Achilles and Ajax Playing Dice. It is a black-figure vase painting created around 540 BCE during the Greek Archaic Period. The creator of this vase goes by the name Exekias and was known as one of the finest vase painters of that era. Black-figure vase painting was an art technique created by the Corinthian Greeks.