被选中的文章是这样一个实际的例子:每一个文本和其中的文字或写作都直接受到作者生活经历的影响。在众多学习者的不同叙述的支持下,作者强化了上述论点。在文本中写的每一个字都表现了遭遇,可能是在新观点的要求和过去的经验之间挣扎。写作不是通过身体技能学习的中性实践,而更多是作家多方面存在的意义,这是众所周知的普遍接受的事实。作者强烈地从罗伊斯·伊万尼奇(Roz Ivanic)的陈述开始,写作文本允许作者随着时间的推移来代表他们的进化,从而更好地理解写作作为一种身份的重要性。




The chosen article is a practical example of the argument that each of the texts and the words or writing within its, are directly affected by the life experiences of author. With the support of different narratives from numerous learners, author strengthens the said argument. Each word written within the texts demonstrates the encounter, may be struggle in between the demands of new perspective and past experience. It is a well known and universally accepted fact that writing is not a neutral practice that is learnt through physical skills, but is more of an implication of the multifaceted being of writers. The author strongly started with the statement of Roz Ivanic that writing texts permit the writers to represent their evolution with time in gaining a better understanding of the significance of writing as an identity.

The author provides an example of his autobiography, and ultimately offers a practical example that past experiences and strongly supported texts are the key to influential paper. Another example is that of CLA writing project and thus, enhancing the focus of texts that is exploring the construction of identity in between teachers with respect to teacher education. The author seems to realize the fact that writing an autobiography is the best way to understand self life history (Olney, 2010). Most of the arguments evolve around the making of autobiography, thus offering a complete framework that is followed by people to represent the self – experiences in certain ways.

My argument, in response to the perspective of author is that implementation and designing a CLA project is both associated with observation and writing texts. However, observation is the initial step to writing as writers retain their past experiences and then attempt to formulate their experiences in the form of words (Park, 2013).