The three parts I found to reflection are identify, analyze, and naming. One question I have is throughout the reflection, who am I addressing? Myself? And if so, is my now self addressing my future self? Another question I have is what is a vignette? How does it pertain to writing exactly? My interpretation of it it to not rely and base writing simply off the moment or event, it shouldn’t be a narrative, but more so an expansion and analysis of what happened or what is at hand, not simply explaining the event itself. Reflection is more so about the meaning behind what happened, not so much telling what happened. The interpretation part of reflection is typically the most difficult. Interpretation is like looking at the meaning behind the meaning and looking at a specific event in a contradictory perspective. For part three, the naming or identifying is the part where you piece together the connections between the other two parts. I also is working forwards finding the larger learning from the event of experience. Another way to look at this would be the word articulate.