The Memo of Self-Reflection: After youve finished your essay, write a 2+ page memo of self-reflection that answers the below questions. Attach this memo to your final draft.
How did you choose the experiences that you chose to analyze? In retrospect were they good choices? Why or why not? Did you choose limited enough experiences? If not, how might you have focused more?
What was your writing process for this essay? What steps did you take to complete it? What have you learned about your own process that you can apply to the next piece of writing you do?
What are the strengths and the weakness of your essay? What would you change if you had more time to work on it?
If you learned anything about yourself during the writing of this essay, please explain.demonstrate what is moving about the film by directing your reader to certain scenes or lines from the film. You will need to create a historical context in which to situate the moment the art came into your life (Tell your story). Try to aim for impactful moments that go beyond stereotypical sappy experiences (i.e. I was in love with and our song was __.) You will need a specific strategy regarding the method and organizational structure that best suits the telling of your selected story. You are encouraged to play with theme, metaphor, and integration of related outside references that may assist in the effective communication of the story of focus.