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Have you tried The Infinitive’s Reflection Generator? Check it out here:

Told by a teacher to write a reflection? Need some tips? Let’s get started.

Step 1. Introduction

Introduce yourself. Use sentences such as:

  • a very good morning to you
  • a very good evening to you
  • a very good day to you
  • good morning/afternoon/evening


Step 2. Reasoning

Inform the teacher why you are writing this reflection.

  • The reason I am writing this was because…
  • I am completing this reflection because…
  • This reflection will tell you…


Step 3. Empathize

Empathize with the teacher.

  • You made so many sacrifices for us, and yet I failed to do just one simple thing.
  • You have so many to mark, but I only have to complete one piece.


Step 4. Explain why it was your fault

  • It was negligence on my part.
  • I had spent too much time on other things, and had neglected this piece of homework.

In a good reflection…

  • there should be at least 100 words
  • you should explain what you did
  • you should empathize with the teacher
  • show the teacher that you care about your homework
  • proper intro/outro
  • explain that you will make sure this does not happen again.

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