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    Reflective writing helps us to think more about ourselves, who we are, and how we have changed. Read on in order to find out more about what a reflective essay is and how reflective essays are written!

    Format of a Reflective Essay

    A reflective essay is an essay in which the writer examines his or her experiences in life. The writer then writes about those experiences, exploring how he or she has changed, developed or grown from those experiences.

    The format of a reflective essay may change slightly depending on who the audience is. For example, writing a reflective essay for a college course and an academic audience will have slight changes in how the essay is organized from writing a reflective essay for a magazine or a collection of essays, which has a broader audience, without people who have necessarily gone to college. However, some major elements go into a typical reflective essay: introduction, body and conclusion.

    Structure of a Reflective Essay

    Reflective essays always have an introduction, where the speaker shares, either directly or indirectly, what the overall focus of the reflection will be. Many popular essay writers might be a bit indirect about their main topic, or about what part of their lives they will focus on. However, an academic writer should be more direct in explaining what aspect of his or her experiences that he or she will talk about.

    The body of the reflective essay explains how the writer has changed or what the writer has learned. It also explains what things caused the writer to change. For example, many academic writers are asked to reflect on how they improved as writers over the semester or quarter. Those writers often share how different assignments and lessons made them stronger writers.

    A strong reflective writer will not only share the change but also give examples as supporting details. For example, if a writer discusses becoming more optimistic in life, then examples should be given of what made this change, such as sharing an incident in which the writer took a positive approach to resolving the incident.

    In the conclusion of a reflective essay, the writer sums up how he or she has changed or the effect of those changes. The writer also might look ahead or look backward. If looking ahead, the writer shares how he or she thinks the experiences in the essay will change him or her in the future. If looking backward, the writer will note how different he or she was in the past. Often, the writer will compare past and future selves to emphasize the difference.

    Examples of Reflective Essays

    Numerous essayists have used the reflective essay style to share ideas that are important to them or lessons that they have learned through personal experience. Examples include the following:

    • James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son is a collection of essays that shares a reflection of the author’s relationship with his father and compare it to the turbulence within society during the Civil Rights era.
    • Scott Russell Sanders’ Looking at Women reflects on the author’s complex relationship since he was a pre-teen with being attracted to women sexually, but not wanting to harm them by objectifying them.
    • Barbara Kingsolver’s The One-Eyed Monster and Why I Don’t Let Him In reflects on her and her family and their experiences with not having television in their household and how it makes their lives better.

    Lesson Summary

    Reflective essays are written in order to look back on personal experiences and measure how that experience has helped the author to grow or change. Reflective essays should have a clear introduction, body and conclusion in order to share the past events and how those events created change in the writer. A few examples of reflective essays are Notes of a Native Son and Looking at Women.

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    Reflective essays written to look back on personal experiences and measure ways in which they helped the author grow or change
    Introduction the speaker shares what the overall focus of the reflection will be
    Body explains how the writer has changed or what the writer has learned
    Conclusion sums up ways in which the author has changed or the effects of those changes
    James Baldwin Notes of a Native Son
    Scott Russell Sanders Looking at Women
    Barbara Kingsolver The One-Eyed Monster and Why I Don’t Let Him In

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