NURS3100 Issues/Trends in Nursing
Week 6 Assignment 2
2: Journal: Observe, Process, and Reflect
PenAs mentioned in Week 1 Assignment 2, the objective of the Journal Assignment
is to provide you with a private place to “think on the page.” As a reminder,
the Journal is not formal writing, and only you and your Instructor will see
your Journal Assignment. Although these assignments are meant to be free
writing, you should revise before submitting.
write, think about the audience to whom you are writing and the difference
between personal writing and scholarly writing. Your Journal writing falls into
the category of personal writing and should be approached in that way. Think of
the Journal as an academic reflection space.
Week 6 Assignment 2 Rubric from the Course Information area.
information about how to complete Journal Assignments.
the feelings you have experienced while completing your first BSN course.
your goals and think about how you plan to achieve them.
the material you encountered in the course this week and consider one aspect of
the classroom resources (Assignments, Discussions, or assigned readings) that
surprised you. Be sure to think about why the material interested you as a thinker.
Set a timer
(on the stove, a clock, or on your phone) and write for 10 minutes without
find it helpful to use the following format as a guide for your Journal
Describe the week’s content and resources as if you are writing to a person who
has not seen, heard, or observed them.
Answer the question, “What does this content or topic mean?”
Answer the question, “What is the value of understanding this material?”
Assignment is for you to share your feelings. There are no rules, and you will
not be graded on your writing.
By Day 7
minimum 150-word Journal Assignment. How do you feel about completing your
first BSN course? What are your goals, and how do you plan to achieve them?