December 6, 2022

Ponder Your Progress

Most portfolio assessments require you to write a reflective letter, an introduction that explains the evolution of your writing and the choices you made in compiling your work. This letter to your instructor offers a chance to look back on how the course has influenced you to become a better writer, including challenges you’ve faced and specific improvements you’ve made in your work. Your letter might include how you felt about your writing coming into the class, why you chose the essays that appear in your portfolio and your goals for continuing to develop your composition skills.

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