Since the focus of reflective writing is you, your thoughts and development, your readers want to hear your ‘voice’. Students sometimes feel that under the weight of all the reading they have to do — commenting on what this writer said and how it’s different from that writer’s opinion — that their own voice isn’t right, or isn’t good enough. Wrong. It’s always you who’s writing, not a machine or some ideal-type student, and your reader wants a sense of who you are — particularly in reflective writing.
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