Question;REFLECTIVE PAPER INSTRUCTIONS;Throughout this course, we have looked at techniques and;skills which you can use to improve yourself as a;student at Post University and how you can apply these;skills to your career and personal life. For your final;assignment, you will be writing a reflective paper based on;what you learned throughout this course. A;reflective paper is designed to have you discuss topics;while using your personal experiences as examples. This;means that this paper is unique to every student since each;person brings their own experiences to this course;and assignment.;ASSIGNMENT DIRECTIONS;Knowing your VAK (Visual, Audio, and Kinesthetic) and MI;(Multiple Intelligence) learning styles relating to;your work in the course about goal setting and motivators;please address the following questions in the;reflective paper;1. How are your intrinsic and extrinsic motivators;influenced by your learning styles?;2. How can you align your motivators with the strengths of;your learning styles?;3. With the SMART goals you set within this course, how does;knowing your learning styles impact;achieving those goals?;4. What type of strategies can you use from your learning;styles to ensure that you achieve your shortterm;and long-term goals?;Your reflective paper should be 3 pages long (5 pages total;including Title Page and Reference Page). It is;written in the first person (I, me, my) and needs to have;correct APA formatting throughout out the paper;including citations and paraphrasing. You need to use your;three sources (2 articles and a website) to support;your ideas on your learning style and the influence it has;within your life. You also want to make sure that you;are critically thinking about your learning style and;applying that to answering the questions above.;REFLECTIVE PAPER CRITERIA;1. The paper must be a Microsoft Word Document (using the.doc or.docx file extension);2. The paper must use APA Style formatting;THERE IS NO ABSTRACT REQUIRED FOR THIS PAPER!;The paper must include the following items;1. Title Page;2. Running Head;3. Page Numbers;4. Body Text - 3 pages;5. Three (3) Paraphrased Sources - Minimum;(do not directly quote material);a. Two (2) or more academic sources;from the Online Library;b. One (1) or more academic sources;from the Internet;6. In-Text Citations;7. Reference Page;8. Reference List Entries;9. 12 point Times New Roman font;10. Double spaced text;11. Paragraph indents;*If you encounter problems with APA formatting for this;assignment please contact the Writing Center for assistance;early in the week.;*Should you need someone to help you find academic sources;for your paper from the Traurig Online Library;contact the Library Staff and they can help you.Last Updated;4/13/14;ADDITIONAL CRITERIA: PARAPHRASING;In your paper you will paraphrase information not directly;quote it from your sources. The most significant;reason for using paraphrasing is to provide support for your;claims or add credibility to your writing. If you;want to incorporate information into your Argumentative;Research Essay effectively, you must manage your;sources skillfully and accurately.;Keep these rules in mind;1. No more than 15% of your paper should be paraphrased.;Most of the writing should be your own.;Use words and opinions of others only to support your own;points and ideas.;2. Keep paraphrases short. Resist the temptation to quote;long passages of text, even if it seems;remarkable and strikingly worded. Instead, smoothly;incorporate fragments of paraphrases into your;own sentences, making certain that the sentence structure is;correct and makes sense.;3. Clearly identify each paraphrase. If the purpose of;paraphrasing is to lend credibility to your writing;and you should indicate the authority behind the words. Use;a signal phrase to set up the direct quotation;or paraphrase properly.;4. Precede and follow paraphrases with your own commentary.;Don't use a paraphrase to make your;point. Instead, state your idea in your own words, and;supplement that with cited material from an;expert.;5. Interweave your sources. When paraphrases from the same;source are all clustered in one portion of a;paper, it can be a clear sign of an author that is not supporting;their topics with analysis. Instead, the;paper should blend information from different sources to;create and support your own analysis.
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