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