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Writing Your Reflective Summation
Your reflective summation includes:
- An overview of the case study you've created
- Final conclusions about writing and rhetoric in the business world
- Final reflections about character traits, values, and virtues in a professional setting
- Reflection on your collaborative writing and research project
The links below will help you as you collaboratively weave together each of these aspects into a cohesive paper.
Ask a Librarian
Don't forget that one of the library resources available to you is the library staff. This link lets you set up an appointment with a librarian, but you can also drop by, send an email, or call the library to get answers, or help with research.
LDSBC Writing Center
Here at Ensign College, we have a Writing Center to help polish your rough draft. The Writing Center is on the 7th floor in room 704. You can schedule a ten-minute session with a tutor to review your paper, and make sure it is ready for your professor.
Challenges of, features of, and tips for writing a reflective essay.
What is a Cohesive Essay?
This article should help you understand cohesive essays so you can better write one.
Purdue OWL--Writing Abstracts
This article covers how to write an abstract for a report. You will be writing an overview for the case study you've created, but these tips on writing abstracts will likely be very helpful for you.
Help for Working in Groups
High Five! by
Call Number: HD 66 .H54 2001
Publication Date: 2000-12-26
High Five! identifies the four key ingredients of winning teams.With its simple style and easy-to-follow techniques, this is a must-read for anyone seeking to learn the value and power of teamwork.
Defining Key Terms
As you work on this project, you will be doing each of the below things:
Verb: To work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor.
Noun: Consideration of some subject matter, idea, or purpose.
Noun: Something that is made by combining different things (such as ideas, styles, etc.)
Writing a Summation
Noun: A final part of an argument reviewing points made and expressing conclusions.