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This guide will provide supplemental information regarding your course on Liberation Theology, along with research tips and tricks to help you succeed.

Welcome!

Welcome to your Liberation Theology LibGuide!

 

(Harriet Tubman Hands, 1885) 

General Research Information

Reflective Essay Infomation

Do

  • Do write your ideas in a descriptive manner. Your thoughts must be stated clearly, so your readers understand exactly what you wanted to say.
  • Do remember: despite your essay being of a reflective type, it is still an academic paper, so try to keep it as formal as possible.
  • Do follow the classical structure: an introduction, main body paragraphs, and a conclusion.
  • Do keep in mind: you should write your essay basing it not only on a personal experience, but also using some factual material.
Don’t

  • Don’t be too personal. Despite the fact a reflective essay is based on personal experience, remember you are writing an academic essay, not a letter to a friend.
  • Don’t try to cram all your experiences into one essay; choose the most important and significant moments.
  • Don’t try to write everything at once. Compose a mind-map and create an outline which gives a clear direction to your writing.
  • Don’t make your essay a free-flowing analysis, including all your unstructured thoughts, insights, and ideas. Sort your ideas in a logical order.
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