Writing the comparative report

When writing your reflection, there are a number of points to consider:

Annotated assignment

Note

Assignment instructions

Different academics have different expectations around the structure and presentation of a comparative report. It is important to read all assessment instructions carefully. This includes reviewing the marking rubric, if it is provided. This will give you details about structure and word count specific to your task.

References

Bassot, B. (2016). The reflective practice guide : An interdisciplinary approach to critical reflection. London: Routledge.

Howard, J. (2019). Cognitive errors and diagnostic mistakes: A case-based guide to critical thinking in medicine. New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93224-8