Junior Narrative Research Paper 1st Draft Reflection
Gathering feedback on the completion of the first draft of the Junior Narrative Research Paper.
Evaluate your ability level for writing papers or essays.
Which part of the paper was the most difficult to complete?
Why was that part difficult?
Which part of the paper was the easiest to complete?
Why was it the easiest part?
Did Mr. Burns' outline example and outline on the assignment description handout help? Explain.
Describe which part of the process of completing the paper was the most confusing. What part, while you were trying to complete it, didn't you understand? Explain.
What did Mr. Burns do or not do to help you complete the paper? Describe ways Mr. Burns helped and ways Mr. Burns could have helped more.
How challenging was this to complete?
Students received a total of 6 days to work on the paper. Select the following phrases to honestly assessment how much effort you put into to completing the paper in those six days.
I was still trying to find my BGB Personal Narrative from last semester. I just started paragraph 3.
I did not work hard at all while in the library lab. I mostly played games, talked to my neighbor, and was on my cell phone. I mostly typed paragraphs that were 3-5 sentences in length.
I sat back and started typing my paper, but I didn't follow the outline given and never asked Mr. Burns for help. Oh yeah, I didn't even know this was a research paper so I never used actual research.
I was trying to keep up with completing the required paragraphs, but I was behind due to my absences.
I was mostly behind on completing the paper. While others were finished I was one or two steps behind.
While I was in the computer lab, I asked Mr. Burns for help and when I was absent or needed to catch up I spoke to Mr. Burns before class. In addition, I came in after school for help. After I did this I was caught up.
I put down my phone, ignored my neighbor, and completed each part of the paragraph. I asked Mr. Burns for help when I needed it. I even worked outside of class to complete it.
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