Title: reflective journal
Type: portfolio – evidence
Learning outcomes: 2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
Mark out of: 30
Students will enter a reflection piece and/or writing exercise each week based on content on content from the course and associated writing activities. A reflective journal template will be provided for this assessment, using pebblepad. There are two parts to this assessment:
- Students must submit a minimum of 8 reflections across the entire course.
- In addition to these weekly reflections, students must submit a 500-word summary to accompany their final submission at the end of the week 13. Reflective Journal.
Criteria & marking:
A full marking criteria rubric is provided on L@G under for this assignment. Criteria include:
- Capacity for critical reflection, using key course concepts, readings and other resources.
- Ability to make meaningful links between public writing practice and key concepts and theories.
- Understanding of theory, case studies and practice.
- Reflection and analysis of your engagement in the writing process.
- Reflection on your teamwork experience.
- Quality of writing and referencing. Reflective Journal.
This assessment item:
- is a school based activity
- is an individual activity
- does not include a self-assessment provision
This week we have read three resources that have major impact on my understanding of
this unit. Watson (2004) explores the decay in public language while Newsom and Haynes
(2013) explore the form and style in public relations writing. In addition, the short essay by
George Orwell about eh politics and English language further helped me to understand this
week’s reading. I think Watson argument about the decay in public language gives a new
perspective about the reality on the ground where public language is no longer considered an
important part of the social culture. Public language plays a critical role in the society because it
defines the acceptable medium of communication. In addition, Orwell argues that language can
be used as an instrument of concealing or preventing thoughts. This means that language should
be used in such a way that it is clear for everyone and in such a way that everyone understands
what is being communicated……
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