I have always struggled to put my thoughts on paper in a manner that is coherent and correct according to assignments. I can remember being told numerous times in community college to "organize your thoughts" or "provide more support and examples".
By studying the required literature and thinking about how to teach it, I will have a sturdy foundation to work from once I am in the classroom. Sample Reflective Essay #2 Author: Nekisa Mahzad I have been a student at California State University Channel Islands (CI) for 5 semesters, and over the course of my stay I have grown and. These are the things that I have worked on and improved over the past couple of years and I feel that my work shows this. The papers I wrote when I first started here at C.I. All I would know is that I was feeling upset, but I did not know why. But after growing up, and reading the report Mood Regulation and Emotional Intelligence: Individual Differences by Carol L. Work Cited 1. Gohm, Carol L. Mood Regulation and Emotional Intelligence: Individual Differences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 2003. 594-607. 2. Hockenbury, Don H. Hockenbury, Sandra E. Psychology. 3rd Edition. English majors do. In most all my classes I did read, discuss, and write papers; however, I quickly found out that that there was so much more to it. One specific experience I had while at C.I. I have always loved butterflies and I was so happy when I received a gift from my mother packed in a wrapping paper that had many butterflies on it. I remember the stab of happiness in my heart and a glint of tears in my eyes as I opened the packet and found the beautiful pendant inside a rectangular box.
I do not know why but somehow wearing the ornament gives me strength and I feel that I am close to my mother. Whenever I feel troubled or I feel heavy at heart, and I am missing my mother, all I have to do is hold the butterfly in my hand and close my eyes and suddenly everything becomes alright.