Critique of Presentation Reflection 1


This account is descriptive and it contains little reflection.  It best fits with Hatton and Smith's Descriptive reflective level but with minimal reflection evident.

  1. The account describes what happened, sometimes mentioning past experiences, sometimes anticipating the future – but all in the context of an account of the event.
  2. There are some references to Marianne’s emotional reactions, but she has not explored how the reactions relate to her behaviour.
  3. Ideas are taken on without questioning them or considering them in depth.
  4. The account is written only from Marianne’s point of view.
  5. External information is mentioned but its impact on behaviour is not subject to consideration.
  6. Generally one point is made at a time and ideas are not linked.

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