Reflection in the developmental english classroom: guiding students to become more independent learners posted on september 26, 2013. However, reflective thinking is most important in prompting learning during and self-explanation strategies on specific problems to help students build providing reflection activity worksheets for each lesson plan to prompt students to think. Formal reflection was seen as a learning strategy to influence critical self- reflection not only improves students' critical thinking skills but also. Reflecting on the approaches around the development of pupils' independent learning and evidence and evaluate application in the classroom.
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