I’m working on a Communications report and need a sample draft to help me understand better.
Guiding reading questions:
- What are the main points of this/these week’s topics (focus on concepts, ideas, and theme, not on individual facts)? Please explain in your own words.
- Was anything unclear or confusing to you? If yes, explain. What was new to you, and did it change the way you think about or perceive things? Was there anything you would like to explore further or find more about?
- Describe at least one connection between the topic(s) and something outside class. Give at least one specific example of an aspect or experience in your personal life that is related to the topic. If possible, focus on a media related example. You can think of a recent movie, series you watched, a podcast or radio show you listened to, an online news or magazine article you read, or a website you visited, etc.. Make sure to explain 1) the media example, and 2) how this media use/content is related to this week’s topic(s). You may also include a link or screenshot of your media example (this is not part of the page count).
The reading reflections are not formal essays, so you don’t need to think about multi-paragraph structure. However, write clearly and make your points in a logical way. Most reading reflections require you to focus on more than one reading/video. How you approach this is up to you. For example, focus on overarching concepts/things, compare and contrast, or simply focus on what you find to be the most important/consequential information.
Media reflections should be 1-2 pages double spaced (using standard 1” margins and 12-point font, Times New Roman). They will vary in length. The default is one double-spaced page. However, occasionally you may have more to say and you can use up to two pages, but in NO cases it should exceed two double-spaced pages. Use the course website to submit your media reflection in PDF or Word format.
I need two reflections, one for each attached documents. Therefore, 3-4 pages total.