I will give u a example before i write and the request files that including structure, content and concept. It is like self reflection just need follow the what i give u and rewrite a activity 3(careful aim and objective should be more details not to wide) total 600 words and “Account of learning journey” 500 words.
The log is a personal and analytical record of skill development gained through experiential learning. It is designed to encourage reflection on experience, and to enhance self-awareness. The objective of the log is to enable students to focus on the development of their personal and professional skills and to develop these alongside the more theoretical focus of the rest of the programmer. There should be evidence of personal reflection on any activity undertaken and evidence that you will do something differently as a result of reflecting on that experience.
Activity 3 – Either an activity you have undertaken in part-time or voluntary work, extra-curricular activities or on another module which illustrates a skill from the PPD syllabus (excluding presentations or group work as these have already been covered in activity 1) or a second activity undertaken on the module.
Whilst the accounts in the log should explain the activities and your involvement in these, the emphasis should be on discussion and analysis of the learning and skills development arising out of the experiences.
Unlike other assignments and reports, it is normally written in the first person, i.e. “I did this …I found that……”.
Students are still expected to make reference to theory in the log; for example, you may choose to discuss learning styles, your Belbin team role etc and if you do, these terms should be referenced.
It is important to be detailed and analytical in your comments especially in the analysis of learning. Try to write up your review and analysis of each activity promptly – it will be easier to do this while everything is fresh in your mind.
Analysis of Learning
This should be an account of your reflection on the activity and the learning points in terms of skills required. Refer to your learning objectives and try to have a detailed discussion of the skills, rather than just an overview. It should be analytical break down the skills. For example, ˉnegotiationˇ is not just one skill it involves preparation, listening, asking questions, seeking clarification, stating preferences, bargaining, summarising, checking understanding, etc.
Below are some questions to help you to reflect: your answers to these questions can be used to inform your write up of this section.
What did you do and why?
What went well and why?
What were the difficulties encountered? Why?
What was surprising to you?
What did you enjoy / not enjoy?
What did you notice about your feelings and reactions at the time? (feelings obviously affect behaviour and can therefore affect skills and performance?
What did you observe about the behaviour of others? (good or bad)
How did you perform as a team? (if relevant)
What did you notice about othersˇ performance?
How did other groups perform as a team?
What would you do differently next time?
These are suggestions to help you to reflect please note that these may not all be relevant for every activity and your log should be more than a list of answers to these questions