Self-reflection 2/16

Self-reflection 2/16

It is time for another self-reflection, Visitor.  This did not get posted last Thursday because Cai is on vacation and Number One forgot to reassign it, so I'm covering for that mistake.

As you know, it starts with the question: what's your grade? Number One is asking for one of the five answers below rather than a letter or a percentage.

  • I gave it my all.
    I consistently tried to succeed.
  • I did great but,
    I know I could have done better.
  • I gave no second effort.
    I didn't try very hard.
  • Are you kidding me?
    I'm wasting my time.
  • Who are you?
    I'm not recognized by classmates nor my teacher.


After that you need to address the question "what is your evidence?"

Required elements for this include the following.

  • In review: Add details of what you did, what you learned, how you succeeded, and how you failed. Be specific, but brief. One paragraph.  For those of you struggling with the Queen's English, allow me to point out that a paragraph consists of multiple sentences.
  • Imagery: A minimum of one image or video—even if it is a work in progress—within your post.
  • Goal reflection: restate your prior goal and whether you achieved it.  Why, or why not?
  • Goal: Write your new goal for the next two weeks. Make it specific, meaningful, and measurable.

Well done, Visitor.  Keep moving forward, as Number One says.

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