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  • 1. Critical- Reflection Writing Rey Ty
  • 2. I. Participation in Activities
      • Engage in Active Listening
      • Identify problem, focus, themes, objectives
      • Participate in activities
      • Take notes
      • Interact
      • Resource person as coach, not just a lecturer
      • Writing is a process, not a product
      • Remember to have the title, your name, and date on top of the first page of each written work you submit
  • 3. II. Functions of Writing
      • Conceptual : Remember important concepts
      • Meta-Cognitive : reflect on your thinking process
      • Procedural : record how things are done
  • 4. III. Bad Writing: Simply Informative
      • Chronological writing : “At 9 AM..., at 12 noon…, at 1 PM…, and at 5 PM…”
      • Detailed summary : “The author said…, and said…, and said…”
      • Data Dump writing : “Azeri identified five elements of… Bandura examined twelve factors… Xander analyzed all variables… Zanzibar enumerated six criteria…”
  • 5. IV. Good Writing: Critical
      • Cognitive Dissonance : reflect on paradox; “Mindanao has abundant natural resources. But why do the minorities have no access to economic wealth?”
      • Dialogic : explore different points of view regarding a topic
      • Active Problem Solving : not just talk or theorize, but seek concrete solutions and take small steps to confront challenges and change the situation for the better
  • 6. V. Assignments
      • Each Participant
        • Submit your In-Class 5-Minute Writing Exercise, including reflection on volunteer community work
        • Submit to your online folders right after class when on campus
        • When out of town, submit all piled up assignments before the following day’s session begins
  • 7. B. Leaders of the Day
        • Submit online your integrated interfaith invocation
        • Submit online your summary of and reflection on previous day’s session
        • Submit online your Energizer or Ice Breaker: (1) title, (2) objectives and (3) procedures
        • Submit online lyrics, titles, composers, etc. of the unity or harmony songs you use
        • AM and PM Preview
          • Introduce Resource Person and Topic
          • Announce Break Time and Resumption of Session
          • 5-Minute Summary and Reflection Paper after the session ends AM & PM
          • One-hour computer lab time after PM class to submit written work online
          • Announce trips, programs, meeting time, etc.
  • 8. VI. Traditional But Critical Writing
      • Types
        • Pre-Test, Midterm Reflection, and Final Reflection
        • Daily Reflections and Journal
        • Deduction: Thesis-Led Essay
        • Induction: Thesis-Seeking Essay
        • Debate
  • 9. B. Tips
        • Provide the following
          • Identifying Data on top of the first page: Your Name, Your Title, Resource Person, Topic, Date
          • Themes
          • Summary
          • Your Opinions
        • If You Disagree, then offer an alternative Link discussions to and share your experience
        • Suggest small steps
  • 10. VII. Creative Writing
      • Slogans
      • Poem
      • Drawing
      • Group Mural
      • Short stories
      • Theatrical skit
  • 11. VIII. Reflection Paper
      • Identifying Data: Title, Resource Persons, & Your Name on Top
      • Themes
      • Summary
      • Give your Opinions
      • If You Disagree, offer an alternative
      • Share your experience
  • 12. IX. Saving Your Files for Easy Reference & Retrieval
    • 2009-04-10-AM-Ty-Rey
    • 2009-04-10-PM1-Ty-Rey
    • 2009-04-10-PM2-Night-Ty-Rey
    • 2009-04-11-AM-Poem-Ty-Rey
    • 2009-04-11-PM-Slogan-Ty-Rey
    • 2009-04-11-AM-Invocation
    • 2009-04-13-AM-Summary-Abubacar-Santos-Xanadu
    • 2009-04-14-AMPM-Summary-Dalisay-Jerez-Manobo
    • 2009-04-15-AM-Energizer-Abbas-Cantos-Kandil
    • 2009-04-15-PM-UnitySong-TrueColor-Davide-Gandal
  • 13. Sample Daily Journal
    • Realities : Social Disequilibrium
    • Personal Transformation & Empowerment : Learning New Knowledge, Skills & Values
    • Organizational Results : What Will You Do
    • Social Impact : Creating New Realities & Social Chang
  • 14. Critical- Reflection Writing Rey Ty