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+    Writing Memory    Writing Reflective Analysis          Thinking and Planning – Ideas and structure
+    Reflections = memories, events,    thinking, making meaning from the    past       Events                        An...
+    Finding a context / memory                         A geography                          Project is a moment of      ...
+    Character: What are some attributes    you have developed over time?       Choose ONE that resonates        with a m...
+    How do these things relate?     Memory   – this is the core example that SHOWS     your attribute.     Learning– lo...
+    Components for my    PLAN TO WRITE           Choice /           problem-            based                         Opp...
+    Reflection: a conversation with self
+    The Participant Observer       Acting self                                     Writing self       Doing         Thi...
+    Identity Changes of the Writer       RETELLING the event/action represents the ACTING SELF    I felt terrible! Why d...
+    Example    How   do groups learn?
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  1. 1. + Writing Memory Writing Reflective Analysis Thinking and Planning – Ideas and structure
  2. 2. + Reflections = memories, events, thinking, making meaning from the past  Events  Analysis – deconstructing and  Times when you remember GOOD learning reconstructing so that you can see its parts,  A breakthrough… how it works, what it is  a time when you changed made of, why it works through learning that way.  Or FAILURE to learn  Or CONSTANT FAILURE to learn
  3. 3. + Finding a context / memory  A geography Project is a moment of discovery…?  Or a moment of something being born…?  My Memory is Bophal  What did I learn?
  4. 4. + Character: What are some attributes you have developed over time?  Choose ONE that resonates with a memory  Choose TWO that show different parts of your character
  5. 5. + How do these things relate?  Memory – this is the core example that SHOWS your attribute.  Learning– look at your example – what does it say about you (check the handout for ways to explain this)  Character – Check that your memory, learning behaviour both SHOW the attribute you are discussing  CORE IDEA – this is the RESULT of deep thinking about the connections between these
  6. 6. + Components for my PLAN TO WRITE Choice / problem- based Opportunity to explore the Bophal world nurtured a Disaster personal attribute Sense of Social Justice
  7. 7. + Reflection: a conversation with self
  8. 8. + The Participant Observer  Acting self Writing self  Doing Thinking Writing Learnt Learning  Narrative Reflective Analysis
  9. 9. + Identity Changes of the Writer  RETELLING the event/action represents the ACTING SELF I felt terrible! Why did it happen?  Recalling thoughts and feelings around the event/action shows a PARTICPANT OBSERVER “At the time I felt terrible and had so many questions. Now, I have terrible answers to these questions – wealth and power are unfeeling, distance between those who harm and the harmed creates inhumane irresponsibility. Yet, this was the first step towards taking a stand on Social Justice events, to not sit on the sideline about the values that impassion me.
  10. 10. + Example How do groups learn?
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