Writing, as we've learned throughout the semester, is a recursive process. So there really is no "final" composition. Some might argue even after the author's death the composition continues on creating a dialogue with other compositions and even revised, recycled, or remediated by other writers. But our semester is coming to an end, so it is time to reflect some on the work we've done this term.
If you aren't accustomed to reflective writing, here is a video that might be helpful.
I'm providing this Google form with questions to help guide your reflection. You will probably want to type your answers to the reflective questions in a Word doc or Google doc so that they don't disappear in a technical glitch. The final reflection, though will be submitted via the Google form found at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdnyf5nAQnpd579XI_RzkEg5abPcjHxrH6GsOgveBbDle04Bw/viewform?usp=sf_link
A copy of your final reflection will be emailed to you at the address you enter. Please do not delete this email. You will be forwarding it to me as part of a final portfolio of your work.